Holiday Inn Express Hunt Valley
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... same era that have been moved to that site and restored. As we were getting ready to retire to our tent for the night, we heard a lively group of neighbors that seemed to be having a good time, so we went over to investigate. We received an enthusiastic welcome from Julie and Bill, Julie's mother, Ellen, and another family, Karen and Phil, and their children Webb and Maxie. Julie and Karen who are both nurses had met at their work ...
... samples of Italian ice which was extremely refreshing and delicious. We then decided to stock up on touristy **** from the quay side shops. I got a Maryland crab T-shirt, a shot glass for Mikey as a thank you present, some salt water taffy, a crab magnet and a Baltimore flag sticker. We also popped into a big American sweet shop where saz attempted to buy some Swedish fish sweets for he to try only to be told by the lady that she ...
... Children International, a non-profit organization that allows people to sponsor a disadvantaged child in places all over the world. Why don't people care about this? Everybody is out there celebrating while these children starve to death. As a photo collage of emaciated children played, I sat down on the futon in my living room with the realization that I was just as disconnected from those children as the people outside celebrating were. Here ...
... my experience in Buenos Aires, Argentina during the summer before my senior year of college. Upon returning home to Pennsylvania after my college study abroad in 2005 I remember changing a lot. I wanted nothing to do with social media, email, text messaging, or AIM (I know, what a throw back!). I wanted to simplify my life, see friends and family, and not get swept up in the face paced ...
... where the soon to be beautified Pope John Paul II referred to as ‘ …the worldwide symbol of religious freedom.’ ~ a church close to my heart : THE MARIAN SHRINE.
This Baltimore Basilica was built from 1806 – 1821 and had been closed for sometime between April 2004 – November 2006 for a major restoration. As envisioned by America’s first bishop, John Carroll with the renowned ...