Days Inn Baltimore
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... for our bill, to be told it was all included in our ticket price, as we were in a sleeping car.... Result, so we tipped 5 usd instead (20%25)
Once back in our roomette we got all our bits and pieces out for the long journey. Just had to have a play with our fold away sink and loo. Our two seats with table in between, folded up so the seats could stretch out into one bed and there was another bed above which you pulled down. In our room was a heater, air con, plug, ...
handsome stone residential facades which are now in many cases all that’s left
standing of the buildings.
Baltimore was once one of the biggest and most important
American cities, seventh most populous in the U.S. as recently as 1970, so it
has much in the way of history. The city is also quite iconic in terms of
popular culture with many movies set it the 1950s and 1960s set in Baltimore –
I love leaving early in the morning (2 am to be exact). You see the world in a completely different light- no ******** cutting you off on the road and no panic attacks when you notice last minute you are about to miss your exit. At 2 in the morning it is just you and the truckers ...
We woke up in our hotel well rested at 9AM. Checked the train status and discovered that our train, the one we were waiting for last night, didn't arrive until 2:30 AM and didn't depart until 5:39AM! So, it was a good decision to push for the hotel despite their assurances that it would be a quick repair and could leave ...
The counters are in, and we love them. We got engineered quartz - Caesarstone "Pebble". It was so cold and snowy when the counter guys arrived- a HUGE guy named Mike, and two shrimpy dudes. They may actually have been average sized, but next to Mike they looked like midgets. They brought in the small pieces first - all we heard was hysterical laughter from the small guys and Mike grumbling about needing a new job. I guess that stuff is heavy. The last piece was the biggest, and it took ...