Fairfield Inn & Suites Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Despite trying to stay up late and catch up on my blog I fell asleep and slept in. Dawn, Chris and I met with Uncle Chuck and Aunt Mary at Famous Dave's (for anyone who knows the damage I did to the trash can lid meal at State Track, rest assured, I did not make a pig of myself this time). After a quick visit with Chuck and Mary at their place we headed back to the Iveners'. Our plans were originally to leave at 4 but then we decided a quarter till ...
... rememberance exhibits from the attacks on the wtc in NY on 9/11. Sad but the views are spectacular and for a 4 usd entry fee - worth it.
We head back it the hotel for a snooze and to get ready for another night of drinking. Earlier in the day we had discovered a bar area a short distance from the hotel. The Luckies Power Plant area has a number of bars all in one area and we bar hop until the early hours ending up at seven eleven for snacks on the way back to the hotel. Fun night ...
... an amazing day. My greatest memories as a child involve frolicking about at Six Flags Over Texas, one of the biggest amusement parks in the country, and as I was originally planning my road trip, I thought it would be fun to relive that childhood joy by riding roller coasters and playing at a water park all day with reckless abandon. I had never been to an amusement park by myself, and I highly recommend it. When you go alone, you don't have to haggle with friends over which rides ...
... years. Their biggest problem was that Adam worked too much in Baltimore, managing a friend's bar. He said he might like to try living in California next.
Jessie spoke about their recent attempt to live in Tanzania. She said sadly, passionately, that she felt a white person there would always be viewed by the locals as a financial opportunity and not as a friend. I felt bad for her, and hoped I wouldn't encounter a ...
... to any culture other than my own North American one. This ridiculous lack of experience is compounded by the fact that I will be living at the orphanage (not with a host family, as many volunteers do) and working there full-time during the weekdays, learning the culture and customs from the kids. I assume that I will be providing caregiving to the children, and possibly educational services, such as teaching English and basic life skills. Working with kids in ...