Blue Door on Baltimore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we spent the night. Sat morn we drove onto Philadelphia & spent the afternoon downtown seeing all the historical sights. Liberty bell was the best thing. Sun morn (today) we drove from Philadelphia area to Dover, Delaware where we saw the Capitol. It was the first state capitol in the USA. Then we drove to Annapolis, MD. Took pictures of the Capitol area & went to the US Naval ...
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... elementary school in question, I was greeted by a locked set of double doors that required screened entry. I breathed a reluctant sigh and pushed the little white button, which made a quick succession of popping sounds and then transmitted the tiny voice of the school's secretary, who was no doubt watching me on the security TV at the front desk. "Hello?" She sounded suspicious of me. I said "Hi, my name is Richard and I'm a substitute teacher. I don't know where ...
... and i want to go home NOW', But overall, I really came to not just love my family, which of course - we all love our families, but as a result of spending so much time together as traveling companions, I came to really know their personalities as people - not just as my kids who need me to do things for them. The real gift that the trip gave to all of us is that time. I think I speak for everybody when I say that we wouldn't trade the last ...