DoubleTree By Hilton Baltimore North - Pikesville
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... them too as cellars.
Some were used as WWII air raid shelters. I bet you remember that Pete?
Well we are having a drink in our room before going out for dinner. Just next door is a Farmhouse Inn which have good meals.
We have a 2+ hr drive to Heathrow tomorrow. We don't fly out until 3pm, but we will leave here nice and early to allow for road traffic.
... on a 3 hour tour with a young lady from Australia, and two ladies from California and a couple of Oregon. It takes one hours from the RV Park to Capitol Hill. Since we were driving the highway, our narrator and tour guide Richard suggested we sit on the bottom portion until we got to the city. Our first stop was Pennsylvania Avenue. Yes the Whitehouse. Of course we were allowed off to take pics. Never thought I ...
... come to Tuscaloosa.
While we were in Atlantic City a few years ago at the Millard Fuller Legacy build, Carl and Jeanine shared a story while sitting at a table that moved me to tears. It seems their daughter Theresa and her husband Michael felt moved to adopt a little Chinese girl who had been abandoned and abused and had suffered burns over most of her body. Unable to walk or move her hands due to ...
... to stay alert and ready.
But once we got to the lot, we parked fairly quickly and collapsed in bed.
I didn't set an alarm so we didn't wake up until 9:30am. That felt so good. The John Ringling North II/Steve & Ryan tent clowns are here with us and provided breakfast and free goodies for everyone this morning. We were afraid we'd missed it, but we got there right at the tail end of it. They brought baby wipes (good for ...
... Saw a big Amish auction every one wearing big black brimmed hats and black suits including the little boys. We stopped at a fruit stand that was operated by Amish girls all wearing long dresses and bonnets. We bought fresh beans, tomatoes, garlic, bread, honey buns, sauerkraut in a jar and peaches in a jar. Delicious. The girls added up our purchases on a notebook with a pen. ...