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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We made it to Baltimore. Long day of driving but we had perfect dry weather so no issues. Dinner on the road just past Pittsburgh, Steak and Shake, not very good but filled the void. The Kostichuk snack bag was handy - yummy Mike & Ike's. Staying at Monaco Hotel tonight in downtown Baltimore. Built in 1906, very cool old hotel with lots of character. Very close to Camden Yard where the Orioles play. Babe Ruth museum tomorrow and then on to Savannah ...
... moved the city to join the resistance to British taxes, and merchants signed agreements to not trade with Britain.On February 7, 1904, the Great Baltimore Fire destroyed over 1,500 buildings in 30 hours, leaving more than 70 blocks of the downtown area burned to the ground. The building where the current hotel stands was burnt down in this fire. It was rebuilt as the site of the B&O railway headquarters. In 2008 a renovation of the ...
... come to horrible, scary life.
I couldn't get to Will to help him. I couldn't take my eyes off the road lest we end up in an accident.
I was helpless, out of circumstance, in one area and totally in control, out of necessity, in the other.
Horrific. I cannot think about those moments without tearing up.
Fortunately and by the grace of God, the seizure resolved itself quickly. Or at least I think it was quickly. Time lost all ...
... drastically different from my old life in Baltimore; my life was fast-paced and stressful and took place in the midst of a city haunted by noise and air pollution at all hours of the day and night. Their life, however, is marked with a sense of stillness punctuated by the sounds of birds chirping and the gentle breeze of a lazy wind blowing its unsteady breath amongst the gaps in the trees outside. In between these gaps, people play golf. My cousin's house is smack dab in the middle of ...
... judging individuals that I didn't even know for things I knew nothing about. Accusing them of being apathetic about the woes of the world while I sit in my apartment being sad and lonely, feeling sorry for myself. Also doing nothing. In a flash I remembered a Gandhi saying that Miranda had loved to quote, "Be the change you wish to see in the world," and at that moment I knew what I had to do. It wasn't enough to just give a few bucks a month to ...