Clarion Hotel Aberdeen
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... tops. There were four routes (not counting the training route that was only six feet off the ground).
Most of the routes had a "decision point" where you could elect to take the easier or tougher route. ....Of course I took the tougher route! ....but I also completed the less challenging routes ...
... went to leave. We got to the car and the conversation above happened. Sherrie realised she had probably left her bag on the trolley. The handbag itself was a new one Sherrie had bought less than a week ago in Williamsburg, but more importantly it had her stuff and the car keys in it. Peter didn't say anything, but turned on his heels and ran back through the town. In a scene reminiscent of Harrison Ford running away from terrorists in Patriot Games (which was filmed outside the ...
... being mistreated.
Rode along the 'Augustine Herman Hwy' and toward the bridge.
We pulled into Chesapeake City and hit the jackpot. I wanted to find a nice little mom and pop place for lunch and we found it in this quaint little historic district.
Had lunch in the 'Bohemia Cafe and Bakery' ...
... standing there on such a nice day. This monument was also featured in ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ in the scene after Meg Ryan hears Tom Hanks’s phone call on the radio and she and Rosie O’Donnell discuss it walking down some stairs. It was really cool to stand there and know such a classic film was shot right here.
Keeping with the movie locations, I walked through the downtown area to the wharf and historic district which ...
... later learn to see her shackles. On the day we met, in that first gaze that lasted a long, blissful moment, we immediately fell in love. We were inseparable from that moment forward. In the five years we dated there were only a handful of days we weren't together. Our love was like water; necessary and eagerly replenished daily for maximum vitality. But our love was also like fire; deadly, ravaging and very very hard to put a stop to when it ...