Holiday Inn Express Hunt Valley
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... next morning we set out for Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. He designed and headed the construction beginning in 1770. It took a total of 40 years because of his public service commitments, and because he kept changing and adding to the original plans. We had a tour of the house in which 75% of the furnishings are original. It was a working plantation at the time. Archeologists continue to uncover artifacts that have ...
... several of the Laccrosse girls walked by and ended up having a gossip. After an unproductive hour or so we gave up and headed down to the bus station to get a bus to Walmart. After waiting for almost an hour one finally turned up. We got a few basics from the food section of Walmart and then went over to the orioles merchandise section where I got a child's t-shirt for the ...
... always compassionate and patient. He is the kind of friend who is always there for you, even if you need a ride from somewhere far away - but he's also the kind of friend you wouldn't want to get in the car with if you had any sense. Weigh these opposing attributes together, add a splash of highly intuitive spiritual presence with a pinch of disorganized genius, and you have Chris. A crazy carpenter and a silent shaman. He is the one who ...
... lowest moment during this last week was definitely having to deal with a flood that destroyed my basement apartment and many of my possessions.
My highest moment this week was when my landlord agreed to reimburse me for my losses by allowing me to live rent-free until I leave for my upcoming Nepali Quest (July 12th).
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... 5 months.
I made some arbitrary rules for myself:
1) I would spend at least 50% of my time WWOOFing (or some variation of that) and no more than 10% of my time paying for housing.
2) I would spend at least 75% of my time in developing countries/areas
3) I would bring no electronics other than a camera
I made a list of all of the countries I can WWOOF in and a list of a few others ...