Embassy Suites Baltimore - North / Hunt Valley
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... then drove the four of us downtown DC to visit the Botanical Gardens, a large greenhouse located in the shadow of the Capitol building. Nice place for a winter morning. Then off to Union Station for a bit. Then off to my youngest sister Mary's home in Burtonsville, Md,. Mary has hosted our Thanksgiving gatherings for the past 8 years.
My younger brother John and my older sister Anne, middle sister Jean ...
... for years. He died in 1826 at age 83 and is buried alongside his wife and other family members in the family cemetery on the grounds. Considered the author of the Declaration of Independence he went on to be elected as the third president (1801-1809).
For lunch that afternoon we went to Michie Tavern (built in 1784), where they served a buffet of typical Southern fare from that time period. There were several other buildings ...
After a much needed lengthly sleep we got up and had a breakfast of bacon bagels. After a brief FaceTime to home we headed down to get the bus to downtown Baltimore. A confident little girl sat between me and Saz at the back of the bus and provided more than enough entertainment for the journey. We got off at the inner harbour. The weather was absolutely glorious which made the day so much nicer. We walked along the quay enjoying a ...
... and all the pots and pans clamoring outside. I always hated celebrations. I got up and went to crank the TV to full blast so I could drown out the sound of everyone else's happiness. Why are they so happy anyway? 2011 was awful, why do they think this year will be any different? Annoyed at my own cynicism, I tapped the remote control's channel button a few times. After a brief couple pops of horizontal static fuzz, the TV shifted to a ...
"One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things," expresses Henry Miller. 2013 has brought many changes to my life. I have been chosen to travel to China with twenty seven high school students for fifty one days. In mid October when I received the news that I would be traveling to Asia during the summer of 2013 I was reminded of my study abroad experience in college. I was fortunate ...