Americas Best Value Inn
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... soft sand, COOL breezes and COLD water. People packed onto blankets and under umbrellas as far as the eye could see. It was beautiful, no question. But different than what we're used to on the Gulf for certain. Will was non-plussed with the water -- his cerebral palsy made getting through the sand a challenge. But being the trooper that he is, he did it. I suspect he'll sleep well tonight.
Loved our drive through the back roads of both Maryland and Delaware on the ...
... me with a place close to the hospital where I could rent a room. I'm not noticing so many differences in language now that I am accustomed to being here. A couple that I am still noticing are; that when you are given a choice it is always would you like this or 'no' where we would use 'not' or would not give the not option as it is just implied by being a choice, also the words 'very' or 'really' aren't really used here and descriptive words are ...
... quite relaxing sitting on the platform in what was pretty much silence. It made for a nice start to my travels, even in my tired state.
I arrived at 30th street station in Philly in plenty of time for my train which left at 12.30pm. It was a busy ride, but nice to relax for an hour and half. I arrived in Baltimore at 2pm and caught a taxi to my hotel which was close to the harbor of Baltimore but not right in the city center. It was about ...
... for most of the night contemplating my plans, fading in and out of an unrelenting restless rest. I had been organizing and preparing for this trip for the previous eighteen months and it was finally going to happen, and would start promptly at 6 am, when I would drop my house keys into my landlord's mailbox and drive away from Baltimore, possibly forever. The idea of leaving this place where I had made a life for myself out of nothing was easy when I was daydreaming about my ...
A journey begins long before takeoff. For us the journey began in the fall soon after school started. Ambassadors from last year's trip presented in classes and recruited students for this year’s group. Conversations were held with parents. Applications were completed. Interviews conducted. Acceptance letters received with joy and perhaps some trepidation—at least for the parents!
Our journey ...