Holiday Inn Express Baltimore-Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... decided against it, but when we were leaving, we saw there was nothing stopping us from walking in, so we jumped the rope (it was about 10cm off the ground) and snuck in for free. It sucked! So glad we saved the $7!We were hungry so again we caught the free bus back to town and went and got a burger at Five guys. Worse than mcdonalds! I said bye to Caroline for a bit and then met up with Anne at the apartment. She ...
... prefaced by 'stupid' or 'crazy' to describe a greater extent of the descriptor. In this way something may be crazy expensive or stupid big. I normally take it with a pinch of salt when people are negative about an area and numerous people had mentioned that the area around Johns Hopkins Hospital is not great. In this case no salt was needed. The cab driver dropped me off outside the accommodation that the hospital use for visitors saying "this is ...
... in the UK seem to close quicker than they open. And I don't know if it'd have the same feel to be served by some girl in a proper Yorkshire accent. Unfortunately this one was closed for a private function. The search continues. The hostel is a big sprawling thing. Lots of space with big old man arm chairs. There's just no-one there to fill them! I was for example the only guest signing in today. My dorm has some proper white haired old men in it too. One of them ...
So we left Richmond around 10am today and got to our campsite for DC. We were both stunned at how much camping was available within a half hour of DC. We found a really nice campsite and booked in for two nights. After setting up the tent we went into the city and walked through Congress, library of congress, the Supreme Court building, and saw the White ...
... a trellis in its natural environment is an architectural structure consisting of a framework of lattice or interwoven wood used as a guiding post by a gardener, who ties to it climbing plants or shrubs that are too young and wilted to grow upright on their own. The trellis acts as the plant's stability, allowing them to progress vertically until they are strong enough to continue on their own. In many ways, my shabby little basement apartment was like a metaphorical trellis of ...