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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... outside, and barged through every window in the living room on that cold February day. Those pale winter rays produced quite a dramatic effect, something that I'd only seen in movies up until that moment. As the door opened, Miranda was revealed basking in the natural light, the sun's rays illuminating her physical presence and creating a glow that bordered her tiny profile in an orange outline, so serine it seemed a certain impossibility. ...
After leaving Adam and Teresa's we drove up to Baltimore to visit some of Tom's haunts from (gasp!) 50 years ago.
The first stop was downtown at the waterfront to check out the USS Constellation. It's now a centerpiece of the very handsome Inner Harbor. Neither the ship nor the waterfront have any resemblance to what I remember (granted, I was only 10 or so years old at the time). The ship has been completely restored and is a real gem. ...
... It was to expand in the future to include people from all walks of life but the binding interest was good food and wine. Each dinner was prepared by a member who acted as head chef and assisted by a by one or more members who served the dinner and helped with the preparation. We had dinners about 6 to 7 times per year and a Gala in early December at which time our wives or girlfriends were invited. This club continued to operate for about 20 ...
... you know, but I find it relaxing and something I have become passionate about. Jens says "this is just another one of your obsessions that will be over in a month or so like your other obsessions." I do have a lot of interests and obsessions and they just keep adding up! I hope to continue writing more about my journeys past and present. Once i landed in Baltimore, i was a little worried about my bags because my two checked bags were both 70 pounds plus I had a heavy ...
... I should be glad, if I could flatter myself that I came as near the central idea of the occasion in two hours as you did in two minutes." Very cool.
We left Gettysburg and headed toward Harrisburg and Hersey, PA. We drove through Hershey, seeing the pretty Hershey Kisses light poles and then had a great Italian dinner at Gabriella's. Then back to the Holiday Inn Express outside Harrisburg and to bed.
What happened ...