Courtyard Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium
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... hell through the heart of the town would have looked so unusual. More of that later... We sat down and had a nice lunch of locally caught clams and crab cakes - yummy! We were in a small restaurant that in it's former life was a saloon! We also sat on the dock and had some cooling ice cream - candy floss and sherbet flavour! We took a trolley tour of Annapolis which was very interesting, showing us all of the sights of the the city, interesting buildings and the naval academy. And ...
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Had a wander around the waters edge. Lots of big boats parked up in the harbour while the owners were getting hammered in the bars.
We spent the evening watching the Baltimore Ravens play the Steelers in a bar. What made it more fun was that the Ravens lost.
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... you could hear Sunshine squeal with joy back in Florida because we were going to Chaps.
Chaps was about a 20 minute ride to a questionable part of Baltimore. The place is located... right in front of and across the street from a couple adult entertainment establishments. This is not some place to take the family after dark. We parked headed inside and to our surprise at 3:30pm, the place was busy... with several families enjoying ...
... once called "the reality check of a lifetime." On August 7, I am boarding a plane for Nepal, where I will volunteer for ten months at an orphanage in the Kathmandu valley. This will be the most expensive and elaborately planned trip of my thirty years on this earth, a trip that I fully expect to change my life, to turn my ridiculously narrow view of the world upside down onto itself in a terrified stupor. I want to do the impossible. I want ...