Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh
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... and about to be tenanted. The majority of housing here is what they call rowhouses - townhouses all joined together.
We dropped the other girls back to hotel and then we went on to Waldorf about an hour out of Baltimore (toward Washington DC) was a lovely trip through beautiful Maryland - beautiful colours of fall. Did some ...
We did the whole circuit which took about 1 1/4 hrs then changed to the Green Bus at Stop 1. This went around the wealthy suburbs and Consulates of many, many countries. Took another 1 1/4hrs. I was getting dizzy from all the information as the commentary was constant. Information overload. I was feeling very shaky from hunger as well and had a splitting headache. My blood sugar must have been very low. It ...
... post for the next 100 years. Being here was an incredible experience! We were able to purchase a few surprises for our classrooms and cannot wait to share them with you!
Tonight we are packing our bags once again! We are heading to our nation's capital, Washington D.C., early in the morning. While we brush up on our government system for tomorrow, see if you can look up the words to our National Anthem and decide what the lyrics mean!!!
See you in D.C. ...
... Baltimore. Absolutely shattered. We spent the next hour getting some much needed lunch (semi-decent bagels) and then got back to meet our hosts. Sammy and Bruno took us on a self-guided The Wire tour around the low rises of Baltimore. I was slightly worried at some stages, I'm not going to lie, but we made it out safely. After that we went to Fort McHenry (where the Americans fought off the British) and then out to a cool little place with Duckpin ...
... only fitting that I would have the shape of Texas, my home state, forever etched into my skin as a reminder of the end of my road trip, and of the place I had spent the majority of my life. I chose a spot on my back that was down and to the left of the still-healing Maryland tattoo, Southwest across my spine in an attempt to have some semblance of accurate geographical proximity. Ashley sat with me during this procedure, which was much more painful than the Maryland one had ...