Homewood Suites by Hilton Baltimore-Arundel Mills
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- Swimming pool
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... come to Tuscaloosa.
While we were in Atlantic City a few years ago at the Millard Fuller Legacy build, Carl and Jeanine shared a story while sitting at a table that moved me to tears. It seems their daughter Theresa and her husband Michael felt moved to adopt a little Chinese girl who had been abandoned and abused and had suffered burns over most of her body. Unable to walk or move her hands due to ...
... unnamed daughter at birth and a son after 3 days. The other Kennedy brothers were buried nearby.
The car tour continued as we drove out towards Georgetown. We had no real plans of where to go and just followed the road where it went. On one section of the Rock Creek Parkway, all the lanes were going outbound which was a bit disconcerting when the painted arrows on the road said differently. There were no lights above to indicate there was a lane change ...
... Too late we realised that our TomTom was clearly speaking American, not Kiwi as we are used to and it is taking us a really long time to understand each other. Consequently there were a few more early turn offs, lots of circles to get back on the interstate and often more than once round a rotary (American for roundabout). We got to see some of what we wanted, some of what we didn't want and even some things we hadn't expected (but turned out to be ...
... performed for the guests. We were then seated in the dining room to enjoy a 6-course dinner during the next two and a half hours. Afterwards our server, Mark, took us on a tour of the building starting with the wine cellar and on up to see a third floor guest room.
Ann enjoyed showing us the highlights of her small town, New Windsor. We went to see her parents' farm, where Jens had stayed when visiting in 1962, ...
... models of the gas chambers, which could take 1000 people at one time, as well as photos and film footage. Each visitor to the museum is issued an identification card with details of a real person who experienced the holocaust. Each page of the card gives that person's circumstances before the war, during the war and after the war, whether or not he/she survived. The card I was given was for a young Hungarian Jewish woman, named Jolan. Her father escaped to the US but by the ...