La Quinta Inn Aberdeen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... around with nothing to do but chat and take pictures for groups of tourists. After that we found a nice bar with an outside cocktail area and had a few drinks while looking out over the harbour, the historic sailships docked and watching the sky turn orange, then red, and then black. Sherrie had a few short drinks, while Peter sampled the local beer. The evening then progressed as we made our way back to the hotel, but not before we had: 1) bought some sweets from a late ...
... sup>th Century copies of the earliest baseball tomes, and old photos of the great Yankees teams, each player’s photo signed by one of the greats of the 40’s and 50’s…. DiMaggio, Gehrig, Mantle, Berra, Whitey Ford. For each signature Bob has a story… about a quest to find a player or a manager (even a bat boy) for a signature on an old team photo, or about a conversation over several rounds rounds of beers Bob had shared with one ...
... miles and catch the Metro aka the subway. I did some research online and found out we could get off the subway at the Lexington Market, which was five blocks from the field. Lexington Market is a great place to get just about anything you want to eat. Burgers, dogs, sushi, fried chicken, Greek,, Chinese, and for me the choice was seafood. In particular crab cakes. We found the Faidleys famous in Baltimore for crab cakes and and I got my fix (and ...
... I don't have the time to keep up with anything like that. This bag was filled with mostly t-shirts and jeans. Basic stuff. Oh, and underwear and socks of course.
3. A laptop computer.
I bought a $400 Gateway laptop for blogging while I am traveling, and listening to excellent songs from a digitized version of my lifetime collection containing almost 7,000 hours of music. I have everything imaginable. Heavy Metal, ...
... moment as heading for a bridge marked 12.5ft we realised our vehicle was 13ft and I must say I was impressed with Nick's 3 point turn manoeuvre so early on. Still it gave Nick an opportunity to dive straight in at the deep end driving wise and once we eventually broke free of Tappan we were on to the interstate road and heading through New Jersey, Delaware and on to Baltimore in Maryland.
The highlights of the journey today were crossing bridges over ...