Americas Best Value Inn and Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from the hard, industrial streets of DC into a European village with leafy streets, flower boxes, uneven undulating cobble stones and a locked canal! I'm transported to Holland, Brussels or Germany! The tone of the people is subdued and soft! I sat in a restaurant for I lunch and heard only my tables conversations! Very un American! I have dressed like I'm in Europe and love it! Shirts, sweaters, hats, scarves it's all so romantic! I clutch an umbrella, all ...
... coffee house after we spent the evening exploring a "haunted", long-abandoned tuberculosis hospital. I remembered the first time she told me she loved me. It was over email. I remembered that the first time I kissed her was on her left cheek. I remembered the first time I saw her cry, she was crying about her sister. I remembered how great it had always felt to have someone I could just talk to, for hours and hours and hours. As these ...
... raw cherry stones). Very tasty!
We hiked down toward Camden Yards. We were a little early for the game so we decided to visit a museum dedicated to sports teams and heroes of Maryland. We learned Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore had how the Irsay's (owners of the Indianapolis Colts) moved the city's beloved Colts to Indianapolis. Did you know that Michael Phelps is from Maryland? The worst part of the museum for me, was having to live ...
... by train. So... Stephen had his first train ride in a very long time. He was excited for the entire 2.54 hour long ride. I have to admist it was better and more comfortable then the plane would have been. I didn't have to be worried about the exhaust and noise of the crop duster we would have been flying in. Thank you God for trains. We had a very quiet ride to New Jersey where more adventure awaited us. We got to ride the monorail ...
... that night.
Baltimore the next morning! Visited the first Cathedral Basilica in the United States, where a bible used by St. John Neumann is kept, as well as a letter written by George Washington (you know, THE George Washington) to the Roman Catholics of the United States. Across the street happened to be a VERY nice library, so, there being 3 librarians in the group, we took a mosey through and discovered a room dedicated solely to Edgar Allan ...