Holiday Inn Express Baltimore-Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... I didn't necessarily thing that about USA years ago, but now I think it is crazy how much this country has to offer. 4 weeks ago I was in San Diego, 3 weeks ago I was in Maui, 2 weeks ago, I was in Idaho, last week I was in Texas and now I'm over in Baltimore, which feels like Europe. Not one city really had anything in common with any other one of the cities. One was cold, one was tropical and warm, one was historical and one was an old western ...
... are 13,266 such shops in Baltimore! 3. Travellers are less communicative at the start of the week than at any other time... 4. American television is seriously one very long advert after another and are very funny because the basic tactic is not to wow your audience with speed, atmosphere, magic or flashy stunt tricks - it seems quite adequate to repeat the same sentence over and over and ...
... doors and stepped back into my car. I had half-expected the doors to be locked again, but thankfully they were not. I jumped back into my car and drove away, speeding directly into the violent storm.
I drove on until I found a Super-8 motel in Kingsport, TN which had very friendly and sane-looking staff at the front desk. Run-of-the-mill hillbillies. I spent the night there, in Room 111 with an extra-large mushroom and jalapeno pizza, a 2-liter Pepsi and a marathon of ...
... elementary school in question, I was greeted by a locked set of double doors that required screened entry. I breathed a reluctant sigh and pushed the little white button, which made a quick succession of popping sounds and then transmitted the tiny voice of the school's secretary, who was no doubt watching me on the security TV at the front desk. "Hello?" She sounded suspicious of me. I said "Hi, my name is Richard and I'm a substitute teacher. I don't know where ...
... The nostalgia that I feel for those times is so powerful that I could cry right now just thinking about it. Just recently Josh pulled the Big House 6 out of the basement to take a gander at the bent poles - damage from the windstorm that kicked up as we attempted to camp in the Badlands of South Dakota. The story we have of attempting to break down the tent in 60 mile an hour gusts, and the kids running for the car, and the state of the ...