Residence Inn Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium
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... a vagabond for the last eighteen months. I'm currently barely surviving in a basement apartment that isn't a basement apartment at all - it's a ROOM in a basement. And it's one of three rooms built into this particular basement, the other two rooms occupied by dudes a decade or two older than me. The bathroom kind of stinks, there's some mold growing, and I have to share a kitchen, washing machine and bathroom with the other tenants. But not bad ...
Dad arrived in Baltimore today and I met him at Walmart after picking up the RV in Harrisburg. It was wonderful to meet Bill and Colleen who took such good care of the RV when it was there baby. I couldn't begin to list all of the amazing little custom touches they added to make it feel like home the minute I first stepped into it. They were incredibly generous with their time in explaining every little detail to me and I ...
... has hosted visits by Pope John Paul II, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta and the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople. I am so blessed to have my foot set at , my knees bent, my hands clasped for prayer on the ground where the AMERICA’S FIRST CATHEDRAL proudly stands …and yes, I can once again say that ~
I left my heart in MARYLAND where the MARIAN Shrine, stands still and is waiting to embrace me ...
... over to the Constitution Museum and took in two movies. The we were out, but not before Dada got a cheese steak from Geno's. With that taken care of we drove the next 95 minutes down the 95 into Baltimore.
Our hotel was near Camden Yards and had great reviews, but driving into Baltimore at night still had us on edge. We found our hotel quickly, checked in and went up and called it a night.