Red Roof Inn - Aberdeen

Address: 988 Hospitality Way, Aberdeen, Maryland, 21001-1779, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 988 Hospitality Way, Aberdeen, is near Bulle Rock Golf Club and Beechtree Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Aberdeen

Day 20 - ANNAPOLIS - BALTIMORE

A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 20, 2014

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... went to leave. We got to the car and the conversation above happened. Sherrie realised she had probably left her bag on the trolley. The handbag itself was a new one Sherrie had bought less than a week ago in Williamsburg, but more importantly it had her stuff and the car keys in it. Peter didn't say anything, but turned on his heels and ran back through the town. In a scene reminiscent of Harrison Ford running away from terrorists in Patriot Games (which was filmed outside the ...

Camden Yards and Our Nephew Bob

A travel blog entry by lois.george on Jul 08, 2013

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... if we’d actually tried to camp outdoors in the Phoenix area, our trip would have ended early and ignominiously because we’d have been fricasseed in our tent. So I credit Bob with having saved our lives and our dignity.

Although his team is the New York Mets, Bob’s favorite ballpark is Camden Yards, where the Orioles play. Despite an impossibly busy work schedule, he and his lovely girlfriend Chris traveled to meet us in Baltimore, where ...

Chapter Two: Love

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 20, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... created a catch-22. The tighter I tried to hold on, the weaker my grip became. The rope that I used to hold us firmly together was the same rope that strangled us both. The prison I built for Miranda had two cells. Of course there are endless bad metaphors that I could use to describe how I destroyed the connection we had, but what good would that do? I had lost the ability to see Miranda as a person. Instead, I saw her as a ...

ENTRY 5: Our dear cousin!

A travel blog entry by alexedube on Apr 21, 2013

4 comments, 13 photos

... s at the top of the Chesapeake Bay and I love being close to the water. It’s peaceful. For the first time in my life, I visited an aquarium and saw my first dolphins and sharks. Now, I can die in peace! During the night, I walked in Fell’s point which is a historic area with a variety of restaurants, shops and many pubs. I decided to try seafood which is THE food of Baltimore. When I travel, I love to do two things: visit and discover. According to me, ...

Williamsburg

A travel blog entry by hayesonthehill on Mar 15, 2013

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... it was. Not to worry, I had my handy dandy app and could get us there in a jif. Well, after a bit of a drive, we came upon Outdoor World...Outdoor World Campground. :) I am pretty sure I won't live that one down. I clearly can't be trusted for directions, even when I'm using navigation. We did manage to get to the Outdoor World store on the way home the next day (yes, ...