La Quinta Inn & Suites Baltimore North / White Marsh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and then we left.
The shipping company required that we drop off the rig at least ten days before the scheduled ship departure. Since we asked for and got the next available shipping date, we had to rush to get the rig to the port on time. Now we have a chance to take a breath. We'll spend a couple days with my brother in Virginia, then head back to my ...
... Pearl Harbor and the ship engaged in combat with Japanese plans during the Pearl Harbor attack. It was used again in 1969-1970 off South Vietnamese where it helped interdict the flow of arms along with coast, fired over 3,400 rounds of ammunition, and provided medical assistance to over 5,000 South Vietnamese Civilians. The ship was decommissioned on December 7th 1986 and brought to Baltimore. Next to the ship has the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse. ...
How funny to arrive in a place, stay for five days and have no idea what is past two blocks in any direction. However, I have acquired some knowledge about Baltimore: 1. There seems to be a fire at least every hour, somewhere in the city because they zoom pass my dorm window waking me up... 2. 7-11 stores are on every corner for two blocks - I have worked out that if this repeated across the city ...
... the remaining track fencing and temporary buildings.
We spent the afternoon harbour side, starting with a speed boat ride from the inner harbour to Fort McHenry. We passed Fells Point, once a favourite entertainment spot for sailors has now been refurbished and gentrified. It featured in the movie Sleepless in Seattle. A beautiful view of the city from the harbour was also special. We then had a late shrimp lunch at Bubba ...
... to make a weary traveler lose all hope in himself. I had never understood what "highway hypnosis" was until that day. I had learned, in driver's education class, when I was seventeen, that if you drive for too long on a stretch of highway that is absolutely barren and boasts nothing but the same boring scenery for miles upon miles, you tend to drift off into a state of zombification, and can even forget that you're driving. I had to constantly turn up my music, turn my ...