Extended Stay America - Baltimore - Timonium
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... great harbor town. A must go. Lots of stores, restaurants and boats. There was a sailboat race ending when we were there. We ate a little casual restaurant to try some crab cakes and such. Mediocre meal. I would try a different one though we wanted casual for the kids. It was fine.
Tonight we are staying just outside of Baltimore. We decided not to test out another big city. Tiring and expensive. I ...
... out which stories and themes would be relevant to a child living under such vastly different circumstances than children who reside in America. I'm still working on these items.
My eyes had become strained from staring at the computer monitor for too long, and I leaned back in my reclining office chair for a much-needed break. Glancing around the room gave me a feeling of nervous anticipation. It was weird to see all of my ...
I leave from Baltimore to travel to Fairbanks, Alaska on March 28th, which is today! It is finally here! I am up since 5:30 since Sophie couldn't hold it any longer and needed to go out. I have already checked the aurora web cam and there is an aurora visible over Fairbanks right now! I have checked Facebook and Coleen is already up too. ...
The rain is spattering On my plane window as I sit waiting for takeoff to Baltimore Maryland. The rain reminds me of several last occasions here in Germany with the same rainy weather. You know, Germany is known for its crazy weather where one moment it can be raining, then sunny, then hailing! Don't believe me? Come visit anytime of the year and you'll see it too! I tell all my friends that I secretly think Germany is telling me something these last few weeks with its rain. It ...
... Unfortunately, one winery used grapes grown in Lodi, CA so I refused to taste their wine. I won’t drink wine made from those grapes at home so I sure won’t here in Maryland. Yes you can call me a snob!
Now I am a pro at these tastings. My first one, in Paso Robles, I drank the entire amount poured in my glass and boy was I happy!!! Just wasn’t happy to be not enjoying the wine. This time I insisted on the tinniest sips and then threw out the rest ...