Extended Stay America - Baltimore - Bel Air - Aberdeen

1361 James Way, Bel Air, Maryland, 21015, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1361 James Way, Bel Air, is near Beechtree Golf Club.
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A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Jan 14, 2014


... it comes to food).

Some random tid bits I learned about Korea so far...
1) May 20th is a holiday where you're supposed to buy flowers for anyone who is 20 years old
2) Koreans have casinos but they aren't allowed to gamble; only tourists can
3) Boryeong is called the Mud City for it's annual Mud festival
4) Koreans eat their ice cream in a cane-shaped ice cream cone. It reminds me of a churro but filled with ice cream ...

An alternative life

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Dec 29, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... upon my beginnings to appreciate just how far I've come.
If anyone would like to create an alternative life story of Myung Hyun, the girl born and raised in Korea, I would love to hear it. Here is one that I made up just now just for ***** and giggles...

Myung Hyun, orphaned since birth grew up chubby and very Korean. Her favorite foods were kimchi and Korean BBQ (hence the weight issues). She ...

Coming Home

A travel blog entry by chelsapeake on Aug 09, 2012

8 photos

Welp, this journey is starting to come to an end. We started the day with yet another museum- just trying to get everything in while we are here. We woke up at the Double Tree hotel in Victoria, London after the best night's sleep since we started our amazing excursion. Coffee? Yes, please. Except that Chelsea insisted on English tea since it is our last morning here. We needed to get a quick start over to the National Gallery so we can be back in ...

The Charm City - an unexpected gem

A travel blog entry by lecklund on Oct 22, 2011


... br> I met Seren at the zumba class as she was next to me and asked if I had done zumba before. Anyway we sweated it out fr the hour and got chatting and went for Thai food after. She is Exec Drector and founder of a non profit called Laces Sport. Both she and her Canadian husband work for non-profits. Anyway it is funny how you can just click with someone immediately! It was great to have a visit with a 'local' although she is originally ...

Vagabonding has Officially Begun

A travel blog entry by nettagurari on Jan 29, 2011

5 comments, 2 photos

... have been in controlled environments in which I was coached on how to 'correctly' perform sports and 'effectively' learn information. Now I eagerly take on the adventures and challenges that will be posed in new, less 'controlled' environments, in which I will travel the world to learn more about myself and others. There are many ramblings that I could include about all my thoughts for ...

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