Extended Stay America - Baltimore - Glen Burnie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... through, particularly if you are a non American is tough. From there we visited the incredibly impressive National Library of Congress. What a beautiful building. Less crowds here and time to appreciate the architecture. A stroll in the heat down Independence avenue to the very popular Air and Space museum. This is boy thing to do and if you like multiple planes and rockets and lunar landing modules, then this is for you. Woodsie would still be in ...
After 45 minutes in Buffalo bus terminal, we boarded a bus bound for Niagara Falls. 45 minutes later we stopped at the Canadian border, de bussed, had a minor interrogation, our passports stamped and back onto the bus. We arrived at Niagara Falls bus terminal at about 7 AM, and a 10 minute taxi later we were at the Sheraton Niagara Falls. Fortunately a room was ready and we checked straight in - we seriously needed a freshen ...
... however, in retrospect to hell with that. The earned that! (It's an armpit)
I'm digressing. First things first, I got to get out of this city and fight the drunks on the street for the 4:30 AM cab, which can be a sporting event, in it own right. Luckily, I was prepared with a handful of nickels and dimes to throw on the ground right when the cab are coming down the street, in order to ...
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- Sometimes the trains are so crowded railway that staff are employed to cram passengers inside.
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... she just would not accept Abe gets up off his chair and goes for a walk when we are all asleep... Where do I start? I can't. There's too much to ever write here. So, a list of words and observations and then a load of photographs of things that caught my eye. And the fact it is likely I walked something in the region of 30 miles this last 4 days. Long escalators out of Metroline ...