Comfort Inn & Suites
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Melvin from South Baltimore has been working the billboard job since 2008. He quickly took down the old sign and replaced it-I was surprised the image was on a tarp-like sheet. Cool!
We got up around 8 and packed up our things ready for the return coach to Baltimore. After storing our things in the hostel for $2 we headed out to find somewhere for breakfast. I really wanted to experience an all American diner so we got the subway downtown. We spotted a diner in Times Square the previous day called stardust diner so we went there. As we were looking at the menu outside a customer leaving encouraged us to go ...
... us for 3 which amused us. After all the shopping we were more than ready for lunch which had to be chipotle so that Tristan could try it. I tried a barbacoa burrito this time which was shredded beef and made the wrap significantly more juicy but tastier as well! After another complementary fill up of our drinks we went and sat in the sun and attempted to find wifi to see of anyone wanted to meet up for a drink. Making an ...
... teacher, realizing that her sub had arrived, braced herself and braved the chaotic, sticky battlefield from the far side of the room with a tote bag tossed over her shoulder, a hastily gathered set of file folders tucked underneath her right arm and a shiny new set of car keys that she clutched with a death grip so tight her knuckles were white. Beep Beep! I may have actually heard her car outside as it unlocked before she even made it over to me. She smiled ...
... once called "the reality check of a lifetime." On August 7, I am boarding a plane for Nepal, where I will volunteer for ten months at an orphanage in the Kathmandu valley. This will be the most expensive and elaborately planned trip of my thirty years on this earth, a trip that I fully expect to change my life, to turn my ridiculously narrow view of the world upside down onto itself in a terrified stupor. I want to do the impossible. I want ...