Motel 6 Baltimore - BWI Airport
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... to the Washington monument, which apparently is not held together by any masonry. It is just a freestanding structure. We then saw the WWII monument. At the Vietnam monument Tim took the time to explain it was the first war monument erected, that the names are listed according to death, or injury that had a direct impact on death (8 people were added to the wall last year because they died in 2014 ...
... we could
visit it if time permitted. Only saw a few animals before everyone
could barely walk.
Headed back to the RV, 98 degrees
inside, that's 33 Celsius and we could breathe in the heat. It was
eeewww and the generator went straight on to cool us down.
Sore feet, another great day. From here
we drove to Arlington Cemetery which was just closing so we went to a
nearby Walmart to try again tomorrow.
Got up at 4 a.m. for our 6 a.m. flight to Atlanta. We were surprised to find that it is the largest and busiest airport in the world! We had to get on a little train to change terminals, all was quick and efficient and an hour was plenty to change planes. Another short trip and we were in Washington. Marg and I are at a cheaper hotel than June and Lee, it is pretty basic as far as room and amenities go. We can only ...
... I realize how messed up that attitude is, and how destructive cat-calling can be. The problem is that much of the general population still hold that ignorant view that I once had. People take it for granted as a way of life, the whole "boys will be boys" attitude. Well, I work with boys every day, and I'd like to see them grow up into intelligent, classy gentleman, not ******** who drive their cars backwards while hooting at women like gorillas in heat. So ...
... when I saw those confiscated fashionable shoes, it really illuminated that these were ordinary people from all walks of life.
The other exhibit that I found most interesting was one that showed videos of survivor testimonies. One group of people talked about the Sobibor Uprising, in which they participated. There were three people, two women and a man, all talking about how they had killed various Nazis and ran as fast as they could to escape the camp. Three ...