Hilton Garden Inn Aberdeen
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... swiss chard, child spinach, parsnip, cucumber, potatoes and pumpkin. A week earlier I pulled out some scrumptious sweet corn vegetation that had completed, and in their place tiny broccoli, cauliflower, and chinese language cabbage seedlings are arising, in perfect moment in time the winter season crop ... ... without me planting rather like - they just turned up for their own own. This approach is based ...
... after driving almost non stop in circles around it for 2 days I'm happy to never see it again. On our way out of town, we stopped at a restaurant which was the only one nearby when we were starving after a very long day. Once inside we found out it's a buffet - think Smorgy's x10. It had so many different nationalities of food and the desert bar was insane (chocolate fountain, fairy floss, cookies which may have ended up in our ...
... As Kahlil Gibran wrote, "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." I needed to go out there into the world, into unfamiliar territory, to truly see things the way they really are. If I wanted to give, it would need to be all or nothing. I am definitely an 'all-or-nothing' kind of person. I went online and found a well-respected and reputable organization, United Planet, ...
... in Aberdeen to check out the Ripken Baseball Complex, pretty impressive setup to cater for baseball players of all ages. Arrived at Justin's place in pouring rain about 1:30.
We rested up for a little while before deciding to take the car back a day early, we wouldn't be needing it anymore - the road trip was over 6000 miles, fair effort in just over three weeks. Our little Chevy was ...
... that night.
Baltimore the next morning! Visited the first Cathedral Basilica in the United States, where a bible used by St. John Neumann is kept, as well as a letter written by George Washington (you know, THE George Washington) to the Roman Catholics of the United States. Across the street happened to be a VERY nice library, so, there being 3 librarians in the group, we took a mosey through and discovered a room dedicated solely to Edgar Allan ...