Hilton Garden Inn Owings Mills
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... won't do me any good. I just need to figure out things as they arise and everything will be ok. Hopefully today will be draining so that I can sleep on the flight. I picked out my seats and printed my boarding passes already. I've never checked in online before but I can only imagine it'll make things even easier. 10am: It still does not seem real that I'm leaving. I have less things packed than I ...
... the best would be me getting my visa. We just got back from the trek to Washington. Coming back there was more traffic so I guess it wasn't really a trek there but back home definitely. My passport and my visa are in my hand and that's all that really matters!!! This was the most stressful part and I'm so glad it's over with and now nothing is holding me back from all of my excitement. Just three days ...
As time is running out and my visa still hasn't come the process of packing and getting ready to leave has been 10 times more stressful. I wake up checking my email to see if I received any notifications from bls. Even though it's a weekend and they aren't open today, I instinctually refreshed my email. My visa had been processed from the embassy and back at bls!! I jumped out of bed screaming I was so excited. This means either it was sent out ...
... event being held and there were many veterans who fought in WWII, Korea and Vietnam. It made our visit here extra special. Olivia struck up a conversation with a World War II veteran from the U.S. air force. His name was Howard Dixon. He was an aircraft engineer on the B-29 bomber. It was an honour for us to meet him. We are so grateful for the sacrifices Howard and so many others made for us so we can enjoy freedom today.
... for obesitas, cardiac arrest and diabetes. Had it been the only group to use a BBQ like that, it would not have found it remarkable. There were tens of BBQ's. Nearby the asian part of the visiting population was fishing for crabs. Bait on a line, left for some time and then slowly lifted and a net underneath to prevent escape. The crabs were about 10 cm across the carapax.
Not a lot of species but quite a number of birds; the two Bay Bridges ...
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