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Travel Blogs from Linthicum
... the bill. When the waiter came back, he brought two tiny glasses and a bottle. The bottle was filled with clear liquid, and had fruit and cinnamon sticks in the bottom. He poured some into the glasses, and said "A digestif!" Let me tell you, it was delicious! A little fiery, and scented with banana, cinnamon, and apricot. I don't know how good it was for my digestion, but it sure made my eyes water and my ...
... US, I went out to dinner with my aunt and she suggested that what I experienced may be similar to the experiences of somebody with a visible disability. It's not okay to stare, but if you're going to stare (or shout or take a picture), can we please talk about it so you don't leave with whatever impression you came with?
This feeling, of being a minority celebrity with a visible disability (okay, not quite), was quite awful. I repressed it in ...
... from the Eastern Hemisphere really). Feeling in the mood for some strong meaty flavors, I ordered the butcher's board and the Brat Burger. They know how to cure their meats, that's for sure. The charcuterie board consisted of Salami, Head cheese, rabbit tartare, and duck paste, served with cornichons, a bitter mustard (no doubt grounded in house), and toasted baguette slices. Soon after my burger came out, accompanied by the ...
... inside of the Library of Congress but unfortunately it had just closed when we arrived and would not open again until after we left which was a real shame. All of these buildings were beautifully engineered/architectured buildings. I have to say that they do build beautiful buildings here.
After completing our sightseeing for the day, we decided to walk a different way home, but in hindsight perhaps that wasn't a great idea! I had been told ...
... the Old Post Office building, a few blocks off the mall and had a delicious and substantial Greek fast food lunch (gyros pita with fixings, moussaka, dolmades, greek salad, and a piece of baklava) from the Food Court located in the huge atrium (the building is no longer used as a post office and may soon be converted to a luxury hotel).
After lunch we visited the Air and Space Museum (which I also vaguely remember visiting in 1978). It ...
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