Quality Inn Downtown Baltimore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I arrived to Baltimore around 3:30 and visited with my grandfather for a few hours at the rehabilitation facility he has been living at while recovering from a stroke he had a few months ago. It was so nice to see him and he was very curious about how I am doing along with the rest of my family. Around 6, my uncle Pete, my cousin Giles and I went down to play softball with a few of their friends which is something ...
... late. I was greeted by a massive hug and met Thaise's little daughter Victoria for the first time. Dennis immediately put a beer into Dave's hand and it was like old times. We had so much fun that night but my biggest surprise was still to come. Eyes closed Thaise said not to peek. When I did open them, who was standing there in front of me? My other best friend Cheryl. Many tears were shed. I couldn't believe she was there as I was already going to visit her ...
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... them all in the water.
Baltimore, even after a few hours was clearly a beautiful place. The marina and wharf that runs right along is so nice to walk along, the huge ships and little boats that dot the water are just lovely. It is a really industrial feeling city, but very people friendly and designed in such a way that eating at restaurants, shopping or just walking along the harbour are what people do here. It is just a wonderful place. ...
... Nepal, the training turned out to be much more than that. I was there with fourteen other volunteers, all traveling to different locations around the globe. They were people from all over the world: Ecuador, Korea and the United States, to name just a few places. These were folks from different backgrounds, cultures and locations with widely different motivations and goals, but we all had something in common: we were all there to start our individual journeys. We had all put our ...