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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... unique--but it catches my attention here. Makes me wonder--what is the meaning of a porch? In old day's it was a place where Grandma could sit on her rocking chair and greet the neighbors as they pass. It's also a place where visitors can have some shelter while they wait for you to open the door. Either way, it does seem to give a feeling of neighborliness and hospitality--especially along a Main Street. I'm liking this town, Littlestown. to take ...
... I'm driving to my birthplace in Texas to stay with family for a few weeks. In early August I'm boarding a plane for Nepal, where I'll be living for a year at an orphanage in the Kathmandu valley as a full-time volunteer. Having lived in Baltimore, Maryland for a decade, there are quite a few people I have felt compelled to seek out in order to either say goodbye, or apologize profusely. In some cases I will be doing both. One of the people who ...
... race as having progressively become completely evil, and planned to destroy it all. Noah and his family were the only humans left who God considered worthy of being saved. The word for ark in the original Hebrew text is teba, a word that is only used one other time in the entirety of the Bible, in Exodus, when referring to the basket that is used by Jochebed to send her baby Moses along the Nile River. She used the river to save her child ...
Jerry had been in contact with a high school friend who lives in Arlington, Va. They had spoke earlier in the week and we were to meet up on Sunday to have lunch probably go to the Baltimore Harbor or something like that. With the Hurricane headed this way we were not sure what were going to do. We (including Derrell and Fon) did move the trailers to the parking ...
... bartender tending a fully stocked bar that we couldn't have a drop of. We walked down the the liquor store and brought our goods back so the lovely woman could professionally pour our drinks over ice for us. There was a small gaggle of dancers and she put on some blues for us and we had us some blues dancing right there in the cafe.
Then, it was on to the Mobtown Ballroom, the converted church I had heard so ...