Days Inn Baltimore
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Today was my final day in Baltimore. I went to see the Washington Monument in the Mount venom neighborhood. It was interesting but I was keen to get to Washington. I was pretty excited so I left the Monument quite quickly. I did stop in at the Baltimore Public Museum and recharged my batteries at a Restaurant in the city called the Woodberry Kitchen. I could not go past the braised beef and vegetables. What a perfect ending to my day. Next city - check! ...
... In orer to enjoy anything in life, you have to be able to see the good and not the bad. I can see both, but focus on the good. This would go for anything in life, whether it be traveling, being married or your job. If you only see the negative, you won't be successful at any of it. If you are not thinking of the whole picture and enjoying the diversity of different parts of your marriage, travel or job, then you also won't succeed. Just my opinion.
... to get married. Now, my goal is to be happy. I raised the standard.
- I'd rather see you rise and shine when you're most afraid than when you are at your bravest moment.
- Our lives are defined by moments, not people. That's why you should never take people's words or actions personally. Neither should you get 100% attached to someone.
- It's good to know if you're afraid of love. It's better to know the reason ...
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 ...