Doubletree Inn at The Colonnade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I didn't necessarily thing that about USA years ago, but now I think it is crazy how much this country has to offer. 4 weeks ago I was in San Diego, 3 weeks ago I was in Maui, 2 weeks ago, I was in Idaho, last week I was in Texas and now I'm over in Baltimore, which feels like Europe. Not one city really had anything in common with any other one of the cities. One was cold, one was tropical and warm, one was historical and one was an old western ...
... do a fair bit of chanting and calling out during specific parts of the game or for certain players. And they absolutely love using "O" in any chant (including a one loud "O" during the National Anthem at "Oh say does that ..."). An Adam Jones home run gave the O's a little life (followed by an "O--o-o-o-o-o-o" chant to Seven Nation Army) and then they roared back in the 6th and 7th innings to take a 6-4 lead. After the first out in the bottom of ...
... Steak Hoagie and I went for the Pork Italian with broccoli rabe and provolone. (Broccoli rabe is like skinny leafy broccoli) Chris preferred his and I preferred mine so I think it all turned out well. We also tried the pizza fries which were pretty good but on top of colossal sandwiches were totally unnecessary.
As Baltimore was another overpriced hotel mecca we chose Owings Mills, MD as a suburb to take the cheap metro into the game. ...
... some indie movie on HBO and drifted off into a deep sleep.
That night I had a dream that might have been a nightmare. I dreamed that I was living on the top floor of a multistory apartment building and I had an enemy who lived downstairs. I don't know who he was or why we were enemies, but while I was away, this guy broke into my apartment and destroyed my floorboards by hacking them to pieces with some kind of blunt and sharp instrument. When I got home, I saw that ...
... the world and may or may not speak your language. You must be polite and courteous, calming them down with your soothing voice and highly-proficient command of technological authority. You must be annoyingly friendly; the customer should be able to hear the smile in your voice. You should NEVER say anything rude or insulting to the customer... that's what the mute button on your headset is for. If you need a break to use the restroom, fill out the appropriate ...