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... was Sascha's deli and Jay's catering. It was 12.30pm by the time we made it all the way back to the train station. There was enough time to get on the free wi-fi and post a few updates before the train arrived.
The train was on time, and we had to get on car 9110 and were in room 2. We were like a couple of excited kids getting on the train, we had our own personal assistant called Jene.
I messaged with photos of our roomette, but they all failed to send, ...
... Beltway west of the city and drive into town
on city streets through West Baltimore to get to the Art Museum/Johns Hopkins
University area. Some areas were pretty seriously “Da ‘Hood” – blocks of
abandoned buildings alternating with blocks with some still inhabited buildings
with lots of desperate looking Black people loitering around. These were
seriously some of the grimmest-looking ghetto blocks ...
... clothes suitable for the 30 plus degrees in SE Asia. Just bad planning on my part I guess. But despite all that it is a city with a certain charm to it. The locals ate really proud of their city and love to give suggestions of where to go, what to see and to give you little tidbits of information. It was a really short and sweet visit. It was so great to see my childhood best friend. We picked up as if we saw,each other everyday. I am so lucky to have such great and easy friendships ...
... my accommodation. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 18 Number of States visited; 8 Number of hospitals visited; 9 Days spent at conference; 5 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 9 (10 322 mileage miles) Number of train journeys; 2 (117 miles-as the crow flies) Number of bus journeys; 42 Maximum temperature; 32 degrees Minimum temperature; -12 ...
I got into Baltimore by about half ten. Initial impressions weren't good. The bus station is a little out of town and we drove through some less than pleasant looking areas. A couple of mattresses strewn across the road, quite a few boarded up buildings etc. In fariness the fact that it was first thing on a Sunday probably didn't help as a lot of regular shops were closed too which just added to the general feel. Unable to check in I dropped my bags at the hostel and ...