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... by Ceres Terminals, where they directed us to the approximate area to park the rig. We went there and had the longest wait of the trip. Les and I chatted with another A-1 escort waiting in the area. We discussed some of the more interesting RO-RO ("roll-on, roll-off") cargo in the same area: a row of new, bright lime-green ambulances, a tree stripper [like this one ...
... warfare training by the US Navy. It also was part of the 1960 Lebanon Crisis and 1962 Cuban Blockade. On March 4th, 1968 the ship was decommissioned after it had done over 10,600 dives into the ocean. The Torsk has been a museum in Baltimore since 1972. On our walk to see the last ship we came across a 9/11 Memorial of Maryland museum. The outside has steel beams from the world trade center, blocks of concrete from the Pentagon, and a large ...
... until you beg them to stop... 5. If American football is not actually live on tv either with the NFL or college teams then it is being analysed, repeated, and then analysed in minute detail all over again... 6. Every day I go to the shops to get fruit and water, and every day the same three workmen are sitting in chairs looking into the same big hole in the middle of the road... Personally, I ...
... the hotel of today.
Baltimore Harbor's restoration has made it "a city of boats", with several historic ships and other attractions on display and open for the public to visit. The USS Constellation, the last Civil War-era vessel afloat, is docked at the head of the Inner Harbor; the USS Torsk, a submarine that holds the Navy's record for dives (more than 10,000); and the Coast Guard cutter Taney, the last surviving U.S. warship ...
... to skip Graceland altogether, got my food and coffee and drove the hell out of Tennessee as fast as my Corolla would allow. The scenery changed drastically as my little car sped clunkily past the sign announcing my arrival into Arizona, where I would spend the majority of the drive that day. Tennessee had been a landscape of mountains and hills; a wasteland of storms and dark waters. Arizona was in sharp contrast to this, sporting little but dry, hot flat-lands that seem ...