Celie's Waterfront Inn
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... THere is a waterfront with piers that a lot of richer people come to enjoy their nights out.
I woke up around 730 AM and got a few pancakes for breakfast, which were provided for free by my hostel. Most hostels that have free pancakes have real ****** pancakes, but this hostel gave out blueberries, which made it a lot better. We were out the door at 8:00 and our first stop was across the road from our hostel. This stop was a cathedral ...
Despite trying to stay up late and catch up on my blog I fell asleep and slept in. Dawn, Chris and I met with Uncle Chuck and Aunt Mary at Famous Dave's (for anyone who knows the damage I did to the trash can lid meal at State Track, rest assured, I did not make a pig of myself this time). After a quick visit with Chuck and Mary at their place we headed back to the Iveners'. Our plans were originally to leave at 4 but then we decided a quarter till ...
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... my car and lugged them up to my hotel room on the third floor, using quite possibly the slowest elevator in the world. I drank two of my beers that night, and the remaining four would stay with me for the entirety of the rest of the trip. I never ended up finishing the six-pack. I fell asleep that night watching reruns of Frasier on the Lifetime channel in my hotel room.
The next day I went to Hershey Park. It was my first time at an amusement park in a decade or more, and ...
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Years later I was back in Maryland and still working the computer tech grind and still hating my job with a bitter, bitter hate. 2008 had arrived early somehow, and it was freezing cold outside. I woke up every winter's day to the God-forsaken piercing shrill of my cell phone's morning alarm. There is nothing worse than the feeling of helplessness and despair that accompanies realizing the necessity of shaking yourself free from ...