Hostelling International - Baltimore
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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It was a good opportunity to come back to the East Coast. Baltimore was my 3rd city I have seen over here after New York and Boston. At first glance, Baltimore seemed a bit dodgy. I came over here with my friend Josiah who has now took 4 trips with me this year. It was his first time on the East Coast and he really enjoyed it. The train from the …
... my life in order so i went back to bavlis to get my stuff. Zac was home so we had a little chat, but i didnt want to disturb his studying. We had a quick goodbye. Hopefully I'll see these two again.I caught the bus to the bus station (as i definitely wasnt doing that walk again) and got on my bus to Baltimore. I had considered stoppin in at Wilmington, delaware, just to say I went to Delaware, ...
... joked and said it had better not make me cry! Anyway it made me cry alright - I was basically a sobbing mess!! My other best girlfriend (who never answers my emails!!!) had flown up from Atlanta to see me!!! So all three of us could be together again. The only missing girlfriend was Michiko. I said if you've hidden her as well I'll have a heart attack. We did go to Chesapeake Bay and it was so wonderful ...
... and many other things. Then we took a bus to the Holocaust museum. It was incredible to see. We went through 3-4 exhibits however were not able to go into their "permanent exhibit" which is the largest exhibit they have because you need a special ticket booked weeks in advance for that and we did not have it. After the museum we headed to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. This was amazing ...
... stretching through an ever-obscured countryside. The further I drove down the road, the bumpier and less maintained it became. The few road signs I passed by did not seem to correlate with my printed directions, so I drove through until I came upon a secluded house sitting up on a hill several yards away from the road. There were a few kids and adults swimming in an above-ground pool, and so I rolled down my driver-side window and waved at them frantically to get their attention. ...