Doubletree Inn at The Colonnade
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This morning we were up and at 'em early. We made it to the Amtrak station easily and boarded the train. We had free wifi and plug ins to charge our phones. It took a little over an hour to get from Philadelphia to Baltimore. Upon arriving the Amtrak man carried our bags to the taxi for us. We left our luggage at the hotel, stopped to get Jill more allergy medicine because she been stuffed up, and sent all the teaching materials we have gathered so far back to Tennessee. Then ...
... Park is definitely the best amusement park I have ever been to, and quite possibly the best place in the entire world. Everywhere there is chocolate, candy, ice-cream, fudge, funnel cake and any variety of overpriced tooth-decaying sweets you can imagine. I ate as much as I could stomach. There is amazing, bad-for-you food all over the park. Nachos, burgers, pizza, pretzels, hot-dogs, sandwiches and sodas of all varieties. I had a little bit of everything. There are shops that ...
... I imagined it as all the iridescent lights in my cubicle exploding with a loud, white flash of hot transcendence. I realized that you don't have to hate your job. I understood. The next day I applied to become a substitute teacher. A month later I walked into my first assignment: a kindergarten class on the day before Halloween, 2008. I was scheduled to work the last half of the day because the teacher had to leave early. I was terrified.
When I arrived ...
... I'm driving to my birthplace in Texas to stay with family for a few weeks. In early August I'm boarding a plane for Nepal, where I'll be living for a year at an orphanage in the Kathmandu valley as a full-time volunteer. Having lived in Baltimore, Maryland for a decade, there are quite a few people I have felt compelled to seek out in order to either say goodbye, or apologize profusely. In some cases I will be doing both. One of the people who ...
... cold out there! She wants to do her business and get back into the civilized heat. Luna still recoils, cowers, and retreats if anyone reaches down towards her from a height. Which makes me sad because it most likely indicates that she was hit by humans. Little by little we will build up her trust. If you get down to her level she is very happy to approach you. Scroll down to see more photos of Luna's first day in her new ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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