Hampton Inn Baltimore / White Marsh
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Yep - I have a sore head this morning - we all feel a little jaded. A slow start but we manage to get on the road by 11.30 am. It's only an hours drive to Baltimore and when we get there we realise why all the hotels were fully booked. It's not only the Baltimore marathon this weekend, there is a huge conference taking place aswell as a big football game on Sunday ! Doh! We check in to the rather expensive but nice renaissance hotel and get upgraded to a junior suite! It's a large ...
... of water. The next morning after our final lesson, we were provided with two big pieces of poster-board and asked to write down one word per person on each board. One board was "things I will take with me," and the other was "things I will leave behind." This was to be expressed in a single word. On the board that was dedicated to things that we would chose to take with us, I wrote "people." On the board for things being left behind, I wrote "fear." At noon we all said our ...
... needing years of reparative therapy. It was bad. But there I was, bright and early every morning with my cup of coffee and my stupid telephone headset, sporting the most hideous of phony eager grins, ready to perform the duties of an computer tech professional. But in honest actuality it was mostly just lounging around with my feet propped up on my desk, endlessly discussing The Mars Volta, Beck and Mindless Self Indulgence (music) with my one and only friend at ...
... be back in full swing before you even know what hit you. She, of course, was right. But, the kids were excited to get back to the routine, and Josh was excited to get back to work, and I was happy to be home and done with the responsibility of keeping track of our life on the road, and so I don't know that we really took that extra moment of appreciation. I mean, we are a full 4 months post trip, and I am only now writing the final blog ...
... me with navigation again).
When we arrived back at the campsite we went to the playground, or as we liked to call it, the death trap. To be fair, I guess it really wasn't meant for little ones. The slides ended quite a bit high off the ground. Definitely high enough that the girls needed catching when they came down.
All in all, a nice trip, but too short.