Quality Inn Downtown Baltimore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Fields of corn and soybeans and more corn and more soybeans as far as the eye could see. Small towns. Interesting architecture. And nice people. Really nice people. I was very distracted on the way home following the activity surrounding the MLB trade deadline. Not ready to talk about David Price leaving the Rays yet -- this has hit me harder than I ever imagined it would. Even though I've followed baseball all of my life, I think today I became a legitimate fan, as I now ...
... all of our families together. I can't begin to put in words how special this time was. I think the kids thought we were crazy, everyone talking at once and all that laughing and carrying on! The place we had lunch at was gorgeous - all Christmas decorated and the food was amazing. After lunch Cheryl had to go home. It was ok saying goodbye as I knew I would see her again in a weeks time. Otherwise it ...
... leave for her parent’s house for Christmas.
Afterwards I walked back through to downtown and back to my hotel area. I saw my last movie location from ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ which is The Hollywood diner used as a pit stop for Meg Ryan to get coffee at while Tom Hanks’s phone call is on the radio.
I had Chinese for dinner, take out of course as I was watching ‘The Bachelorette’ finale live which ...
... out of Maryland, through New Jersey, and then onward through a congested mid-afternoon New York City. The further I drove North, the more expensive the tolls became. In Maryland, the least expensive toll was a mere $0.50, and the most pricey was after I had made it through the bulk of New York, at $18.00. I cursed at the toll station attendant as she lifted up the security barrier to allow me through, but she was apathetic. She probably got cursed at all day. I'm fairly certain I ...
... As we hung out in dungeon-like bars, she pushed her curly shoulder-length hair from one side of her face to the other while her eyes lit up brightly behind her glasses. She spoke excitedly about coming from a Jewish family in New Mexico. I said I loved reading Jewish short stories, especially those about bachelors-for-life who struggled with getting old and being unable to attract women. Jessie said that neither she ...