La Quinta Inn & Suites Baltimore North
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... been another tear fest! Later that afternoon we went to watch Laura's first basketball game of the season. It was so much fun to watch - complete with the American anthem, furry mascot, feisty parents and the girls just going for it. It was a real nail biter game but in the end the"Mustangs" won! After this as the weather was still pretty ******, we had to miss out on the Christmas lights drive. The ...
... I ate a lovely dinner at one of my favourite café chains called Panera Bread. I had the tomato soup and a grilled cheese…it was as always delicious!!! I walked around and explored a little more and then relaxed in the hotel because I was in desperate need of a good night sleep after the last 48 hours running on fumes. It was wonderful being in a comfortable, king sized bed after sleeping on a dorm mattress for weeks.
The next day I ...
... paying more than $60 in tolls altogether, and I made a promise to myself to avoid the toll-roads on my way from New Hampshire to Texas, even though that particular route was a little longer. It wasn't something I needed to worry about for several days though, as my time at the retreat took place over a long weekend. As soon as I arrived in New Hampshire I got lost trying to locate the retreat, which was hidden away in a forested area secured by several miles of unpaved winding ...
... looking at someone - how many younger and older siblings he had, and whether these were brothers or sisters. To demonstrate, I turned to a black girl whose straight hair fell to the back of her blue dress. In what seemed like the perfect opening line, I tried to guess her siblings.
My guess was way off. Jessie and the Johnnies laughed at me. Nevertheless, the girl and I got along fairly well. I told her: "I don't ...
... as dark brown sludge-water gushed like an angry river through the room and swept up my things, tossing them about as if they were valueless toys. Nature's playthings. I shook my head back and forth impulsively in this transcendental moment of disbelief, like a dog who was trying to shake off non-existent water. I rushed into action as soon as the reality of my predicament caught up with my awareness. My room was flooding, everything that I owned ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility