Courtyard Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium
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First thought: Thank the good Lord above for GPS! D.C.'s streets are crazy! Streets are on a simple grid, just like Phoenix and rural Kansas Lettered streets run east and west, numbered streets run north and south….EXCEPT for the streets named after states which run diagonally toward the capitol, and squares or circles throughout the city. It makes for some really strange shaped lots; even some that are ...
... grounds are quite spacious. It's known for hosting a herd of nearly tame deer that promptly showed up the 1st evening here. I even saw the famous albino one the other night! There's also a heck of a lot geese; looks like playing lawn games is going to be rather dangerous if you don't watch we're you step. ;)
The first couple days here wer a bit hectic getting through 'in-processing" - turning in forms, finding rooms, picking up uniforms, ...
Busy day today. Gonna hit B-More tonight and get a few beers at that bar from The Wire, but first we're going on a search for the fabled and elusive McRib... But FIRST we're going to historic Gettysburg so Nick can satisfy his ******* for history. He ******* LOVES stuff that happened in the past.
American McDonald's serves breakfast till 11am instead of the ******** 10:30, and we managed to get out of the motel by 10:45 and made ...
... every possible **** sound, and attached a speaker box to an old Commodore 64 joystick. The joystick was on a pedestal in front of a wall that had loads of small posters all relating to **** jokes and, well, what more do you need? An interactive, highly amusing artwork all but finished me off for the afternoon. I was hitting that button and laughing myself stupid until I was crying and bent over in pain from laughing. Chris was walking around reading ...
... cooler already! We loaded up and headed towards the Megalopolis that pretty much starts in Richmond and ends in Maine. If you've ever driving I-95 through Richmond, you know it's a twisty, narrow affair - no time for note - taking here - sheez. Soon thereafter, traffic ground to halt, rain set in, and several hours of stop an go took me to the southern edge of DC.
I knew this would be a long driving day and my goal was to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility