Holiday Inn Express Baltimore-Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... street was Sascha's deli and Jay's catering. It was 12.30pm by the time we made it all the way back to the train station. There was enough time to get on the free wi-fi and post a few updates before the train arrived. The train was on time, and we had to get on car 9110 and were in room 2. We were like a couple of excited kids getting on the train, we had our own personal assistant called Jene. I messaged with photos of our roomette, but they all failed to send, we ...
... also an issue. We were lucky enough to find a nice hotel near by. We checked out of our first hotel and headed down the road. By the time we got the our new hotel we felt like we were in heaven. We owe a big thanks to the front desk man, Gerald, who was a great deal of help to us. Before you begin to feel bad for us, we are now sitting outside blogging by the pool of our hotel, enjoying the beautiful weather. Happy to be staying in a better ...
... the trash out; Tuesdays and Fridays are trash days, packed lunch for jill and i and set out on the half hour commute to work. I-95 saw the usual rush hour traffic. I reached for my cell phone to check for traffic update which quickly turned into the realization that i haven't had a phone for about two weeks now. The phone was sent back to Samsung for an LCD fix. This was initially disappointing since I had just purchased the phone couple of months ago and it ...
... physicality and transcended them altogether. The top of the house, my apartment, was the next stage of my existence, and it was above the physical. It was my new spiritual abode, and it was just a little bit closer to the heavens. It wasn't until the floorboards had been ripped away that I realized how far I had truly come, the same realization of growth that the floodwater had forced me to realize way back in Maryland. I was dying, but I was also becoming more alive, because ...
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