Candlewood Suites Aberdeen - Edgewood - Bel Air
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... 8) Centum CIty is the largest shopping complex in the world which houses Spa Land, a jjimjilbang (public bathhouse) known for their full body scrubs (on my to-do list), a driving range and ice rink
Some alcohol that I must try & bring back for my alcoholic friends...
1) Soju, rice liquor. Cheap and similar to vodka (both are good qualities when it comes to alcohol)
2) Gwasilju, fruit wine
3) Makgeolli, white rice wine
I just received some information about my host family in Costa Rica. I already knew that Costa Rican residents don't have assigned addresses, but getting my "address" to my new home for the next 3 months is quite frightening upon first ...
... to call friends.... To me, there is nothing more fun that doing ordinary **** with my friends and laughing our ass off... which, luckily, is exactly what happens when I get around my people. I really don't know how I got so lucky to have such amazing people in my life, many of which I share a brain with, but I am blessed! I hope I am able to post many more entries (with more detail... i.e... not after the fact) documenting the antics that I fondly look back upon! :)
... Packables" style dialect problem.
KFC Guy: Dial Egg?
Me: ... Sorry what?
KFC Guy: Dial Egg?
Me: ... one more time sorry?
KFC Guy: Diet Org?
Me: Er... diet.
KFC Guy: *pause* *roll eyes* Thigh or Leg?
Honest to God he was just spouting Dial Egg as quick as he could then looking at me gone out. Even when he was handing over my change, he got bored part way through and started looking out of the window behind me and ...
... visited the National Aquarium at Baltimore’s historical Inner Harbour before being easily persuaded by sangria and tapas specials at La Tasca. It was a great day spent in great company. Just before leaving Baltimore I encountered a $1 coin for the first time. I remember being told by Lisa (my host in U.S.A. first stop, Seattle) that they are few and far between so I am going to keep hold of it.