Hostelling International - Baltimore
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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 …
... within your baggage. They are ideal for keeping damp or dirty things far from your entire luggage, for storage space of toiletries that can spring a drip, or even for on a filthy park your car counter. They take up very little room and can help you save from pain later. If you want to make an attempt to receive an vacant seat, there are many tips to try out. Request a chair near to the again conclusion of your airplane, because these generally fill very ...
... 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 ...
... it was time to meet Simon W. in Little Italy for dinner. It was great catching up with him - still a really nice guy. We got back to the house at 10, chatted to Sammy and Bruno a bit and went to bed. Late that night we decided to make a rushed trip to Washington D.C.. Power tourism!
Woke up ridiculously early (5 am) to catch the bus to catch the train to D.C.. Way too early. Got to D.C. around 8 am. We walked to the White House and then ...
... on full-blast and sing as loud as I possibly could in order to escape the dangerous boredom of driving in Arizona. It was life-or-death here in the desert. Falling asleep at the wheel is a serious situation. When I first spotted the sign that marked my transition from Tennessee to Oklahoma, I rejoiced like I have never rejoiced before. It was only two more hours from this landmark and I would be at my cousin's house in Oklahoma City, where I could relax and recuperate from my ...