Mt. Washington Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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The rest of my stay in Connecticut was fantastic. On Wednesday, I went to the beach with my book which was very relaxing and then I had dinner at the Darien Country Club with my grandparents. I had a delicious salad with grilled shrimp and these amazing, fresh bright red and yellow tomatoes. I was so thankful to have been able to stay with my grandparents for a few days as they are always extremely welcoming and it is always great ...
... pretty happy about that. We did however go and sample the famous Maryland crabs for dinner. All I can say is delicious. Not only were they so spicy and succulent, it was also such an amazing social fun experience. A definite highlight for us. It was a late night as we wanted to make the most of our last hours together!! We got to bed after 3am!!! In the morning it would be farewells and a car trip to New ...
... quite relaxing sitting on the platform in what was pretty much silence. It made for a nice start to my travels, even in my tired state.
I arrived at 30th street station in Philly in plenty of time for my train which left at 12.30pm. It was a busy ride, but nice to relax for an hour and half. I arrived in Baltimore at 2pm and caught a taxi to my hotel which was close to the harbor of Baltimore but not right in the city center. It was about ...
... car. The verdict had been announced earlier in the day, Zimmerman was found not guilty, and Rush Limbaugh was snorting and gloating with such an intensity he was near hysterical. I turned my radio down as soon as I saw the sand-blasted wooden sign: "Toah Nipi: An Inter-varsity Retreat Center." The circular sign had an empty canoe sitting in a sun-drenched lake intricately carved into the center, and two Christian fish symbols sandblasted on either side. I parked in front of the ...
... 2:30 pm it was bloody freezing, I was glad I had gloves on. Arlington is a military operated cemetery, and you have to be a somebody to get in here, but they have around 20 funerals a day here. Mainly ex war Hero's or serving soldiers. It is massive and you could spend hours just trying to find one plot so we decided to expedite that and grab a tour they run. It took us past all the famous sites like ...