DoubleTree By Hilton Baltimore North - Pikesville
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... I drove up and over the Tappan Zee bridge and into Paramus, New Jersey for a shake burger, fries, toffee concrete and blueberry lemonade. What a great meal! The side effect of making the trip up to Paramus was avoiding driving through New York City. New Jersey kicked me off I-95 for not having an EZ-Pass for the tolls, but after a slight detour onto Highway 1, I was back on 95 and heading south. On ...
... I had Shrimp in lobster sauce (yum) Chey had Fried rice.
I drove from lunch. We stopped at Sen John Heinz scenic overlook/welcome to Pennsylvania. Later petrol and ice-creams at Sheetz in Mansfield. Chey had a huge drumstick and got it all over her face.
Some rain along Susquehanna River and absolutely chucked it down just before Dillsberg - scary.
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... and I drew Australia, which according to the jeering laughs we received when Armando announced it, we're not set to win the cash prizes...hahaha. But it was all in fun and it's always my favorite part of being with the show when we gather together and laugh. It builds an amazing sense of community you don't always feel during the particularly harrowing weeks where everyone's working on little sleep and bad shows. It was such a perfect way to end the day.
... in front. The National Mall was planned by Pierre L'Enfant a Soldier,architect and Engineer chosen by George Washington in 1791. In 1901 Congress established the McMillan Commission to renew L'Enfant's vision. They are already looking to expand the Mall again for the 3 Century, who knows where it will end, but it is already a gigantic outdoor area for people to remember the past and will continue to grow as future generations will want to remember things to come. Washington ...