Holiday Inn Aberdeen - Chesapeake House
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... dinner - Sherrie said that her chicken was the best dinner she had eaten in America! Walking around the harbour, we noticed a lot of police presence in one corner. As we neared it we found out why - a civil rights demonstration was starting, and a small crowd was slowly gathering. After a while of shouting through a megaphone, the crowd moved off, marching back around the harbour away from us. The irony was that the police far outnumbered the protesters - to the point where they ...
... Chris Davis, who had launched a staggering 37 home runs before the All Star Break struck out four times, and the Orioles went down to defeat at the hands of the Texas Rangers by a score of eight to five.
A few days after the Orioles game, we visited another of the must-see destinations on our trip -- the den in Bob’s New Jersey home, which is filled with baseball memorabilia and treasures that only a connoisseur could appreciate, including first ...
... food. We all had the pit beef sandwiches which are the BEST and the boys ate two large orders of the fries. We talked about the last time we ate at Chaps and all agreed the place had not changed. We finished as Blossom calls it, linner ( between lunch and dinner) and head back to the campground.
Next day was Saturday, game day! 4:15pm - Orioles vs the Red Sox! We decided instead of the hassle of parking our truck downtown, we would drive ...
... books of all kinds. True Crime, Adventure, Fiction, Spirituality, Philosophy, Education, Cultural Studies, etc. My suitcase bulged with the girth of thirty or so of my highly-prized books, and wouldn't zip up completely. Satisfied with the books that I had picked, I donated the remainder to Baltimore's local book exchange.
2. A suitcase full of clothes.
I am not a fashionable person, really, because I don't care for trends ...
... all dancing vehicle,Nick took it all in his stride and wasn't fazed at all. I also had a little trouble getting over the crossbar and onto the bikes we were hiring, but luckily two nice young men were on hand to give me a leg up.
So off we set from the RV office with Sat nav primed for Baltimore (214 miles to go) and an HOUR later we passed the same office again as the Sat nav couldn't seem to cope with the maze of residential streets of 'Old Tappan'. We had ...