Quality Inn Downtown Baltimore
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... our life so much easier (and cheaper).First we caught the bus to Penn station and did a heritage walk from there to down town, where we looked at again, more churches and more old buildings. We continued through the city to the port, but stopped first, at the "world famous lexington market" i'd never heard of it before...The port was really interesting, but very americanised, (probably because i am in america). The ...
... me with a place close to the hospital where I could rent a room. I'm not noticing so many differences in language now that I am accustomed to being here. A couple that I am still noticing are; that when you are given a choice it is always would you like this or 'no' where we would use 'not' or would not give the not option as it is just implied by being a choice, also the words 'very' or 'really' aren't really used here and descriptive words are ...
... girl behind the counter describes it as feeling like severe sunburn which is a pretty accurate analogy. Apparently they are addictive but I can't say I'm in any rush for another. So for a city I wasn't even planning on visiting I've come away with a couple of different suveniors... Back at the harbour I'd missed te racing and the tower was closed but I did come across a Hooters. It's one of the Americanisms I've been meaning to try but this is the first one I've seen. ...
... and many other things. Then we took a bus to the Holocaust museum. It was incredible to see. We went through 3-4 exhibits however were not able to go into their "permanent exhibit" which is the largest exhibit they have because you need a special ticket booked weeks in advance for that and we did not have it. After the museum we headed to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. This was amazing ...
... there in the kitchen silently for just a few quick moments and nodded an affectionate affirmation of thankfulness into the air. I turned around and walked out the door, locking it behind me for the last time. I looked up at the trellis that stood slightly crooked, nailed lazily into the wall that hung over the bottom of the stairwell leading up to the front yard and I realized what it had symbolized in my life. While this particular trellis was used by the landlord as a ...