Extended Stay America - Baltimore - Timonium
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and we had lunch. Very nice town.
We continued south to cross over into Maryland to have dinner in Annapolis. We wanted to stop at the state park there to put our feet in Chesapeake Bay but it was 5 o'clock and they wanted $30 to enter the park to get stung by jellyfish (there were warnings posted). Another good reason not to swim in the water. Keep em' coming people. We found our way to Annapolis, MD for ...
... and all the pots and pans clamoring outside. I always hated celebrations. I got up and went to crank the TV to full blast so I could drown out the sound of everyone else's happiness. Why are they so happy anyway? 2011 was awful, why do they think this year will be any different? Annoyed at my own cynicism, I tapped the remote control's channel button a few times. After a brief couple pops of horizontal static fuzz, the TV shifted to a ...
... left overs.
Got back to the apartment and settled down to dinner and watched the ballgame live on TV, while the thunder, lightning and rain continued outside. The Orioles versus Angels game was even rained out for two and a half hours, we were surprised they even continued. We're planning on visiting DC tomorrow depending on the weather and the just winding down for a couple of days before heading ...
... in my hair, and not knowing if my team would have consistent access to a shower, I decided for all practical purposes that short hair was the way to go!
The next morning my team packed up our van - minus Erick who would be spending the round on the fire team and Micheal who was working on a composite team at a kid’s summer camp - and headed off to our 3rd Round project in Newcomb, New York, right in the heart of the Adirondack ...
... of Baltimore. A Symphony, the Baltimore Orioles baseball team, Edgar Allan Poe is buried here, several theatre groups, home of the Star Spangled banner anthem, beautiful old churches including the oldest Catholic Basilica in the US and the oldest fruit/veg/meat Markets in the USA (Lexington Market est 1789 or so) and it is still going on 6 days a week. I had New England clam chowder for lunch there, standing up at a table in a bustling old ...