Fairfield Inn & Suites Baltimore White Marsh
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... to go to sleep about 10.30 ish. I couldn't see any stars, which was disappointing.
We both woke for a wee at 12.30am after having slept, it felt like ages but in reality had only been a couple of hours. I couldn't get back to sleep so watched the passing scenery for about half hour, which did soon send me off to sleep, not being able to see a lot, but the reflection of lights thru trees and the odd lit up yard. This time I could see some bright twinkling stars & the ...
... of the collection on view until the expansion is completed later this year. I didn't see any African, Native-American, Asian, or Pacific Island art, though, so suspect those were among the closed galleries.
One of the highlights of the museum for me was the Cone Collection of works by impressionist and post-impressionist painters brought together by two Baltimore sisters ...
... therapist but we do not have this role in the UK. I spent the day shadowing them today in their normal clinical role on the PICU and with the one who carried the rapid response 'bleeper'. They have numerous extended roles which are split between nurses, physiotherapists and doctors in the UK. They received an 'Alpha' trauma call for an 8 year old with a gunshot wound to the ...
... wonderment of amusement parks and beautiful retreats in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, but also through dark, foreboding mountain storms and terrifying one-star hotels in New York and Tennessee. A journey that would prove both perilous and enlightening. Little did I know as I endured the slight pain of receiving a tattoo on the back that this road trip was destined to be more than just a long drive. It was, indeed, to be a life-changing experience that would drag me violently ...
... prepared for the inaugural drive.
The drive to Baltimore was uneventful, though I was a little nervous riding without a co-pilot to navigate. I gave dad the orientation and we stocked up on supplies at Walmart. The only glitch in this leg of the trip was that the dealership did not fill up the water tank before we left. Luckily the kind fellows at the Walmart automotive center let us fill up there. We learned that it takes about 25 minutes ...