Residence Inn Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium
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... which Peter ran past), Peter sprinted back into the town. He ran about 2k, through the town centre, stopping traffic in true action man style and made it back to the visitor centre to find the handbag had been handed in and had everything still in it. With a mixture of relief and exhaustion (guess who was which), we journeyed out of Annapolis taking the short journey to Baltimore. We got ourselves in and then headed out for dinner. We stopped by the harbour at a restaurant ...
... along the harbor before the game and sampled cocktails while watching the boats and the harbor-side entertainers. An hour and a half before game time, we entered the stadium grounds and sauntered down Eutaw Street, while Bob oriented us to the park. The left of the street is bordered by a huge, brick building, the beautifully renovated B & O Warehouse. It’s as long as a city block. Embedded in the Eutaw Street pavement tiles are a number of bronze, ...
... this fatal error effectively ended our relationship. We finally broke up in November of 2011. Two months later, after an exhausting period of despair and misguided misery, I made the decision to completely and thoroughly change my own life for the better. I decided to stop being so dramatic, count my losses and start doing something with my life. But what?
When the big, stupid, lavishly-decorated silver ball in New York dropped off ...
... time and it showed sorts of things about crimes such as criminals, investigations, fingerprints, firearms, etc. If you love criminality and police stuff, go there!
Next weekend, as I have never seen the ocean, my host family decided to take me to Chincoteague Bay which is in Virginia. The beach of this bay goes along the Atlantic ocean. I also planned to visit the farm of George Washington, Mount Vernon, which is also in Virginia. It could be ...
... me with navigation again).
When we arrived back at the campsite we went to the playground, or as we liked to call it, the death trap. To be fair, I guess it really wasn't meant for little ones. The slides ended quite a bit high off the ground. Definitely high enough that the girls needed catching when they came down.
All in all, a nice trip, but too short.