Rodeway Inn Mid Town
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... knew that Fort McHenry must be captured or destroyed if the British campaign was to be successful. He attacked the fort at dawn on the 13th. The Americans and British bombardment lasted for about 25 hours. Major George Armistead, Fort McHenry's commander, estimated later that from 1,500 to 1,800 shells and rockets were fired at the fort. At 2pm two shells exploded on the southwest bastion, killing two officers and wounding several gun crew members.
Around midnight ...
... are 13,266 such shops in Baltimore! 3. Travellers are less communicative at the start of the week than at any other time... 4. American television is seriously one very long advert after another and are very funny because the basic tactic is not to wow your audience with speed, atmosphere, magic or flashy stunt tricks - it seems quite adequate to repeat the same sentence over and over and ...
... clerk, who stared at me for too long, and then buzzed me in. I walked through the two doors and after an awkward moment of silence during which he seemed to size me up, I finally asked him how long the storm was supposed to go on, and he said he didn't know. "Probably all day and into the night," he said as he snubbed out his half-smoked cigarette into a plastic ashtray overflowing with butts. The small office was unkempt and smelled of dead animals and stale smoke. I asked him how ...
... see, he’d gotten to know someone while attending spring training games in Florida, and apparently this person knew someone who knew someone (it’s all very mysterious) who happened to be able to score Giants tickets in a section behind home plate reserved mainly for the players’ spouses and Giants employees. We were right behind home plate. I could almost feel the rush of air created by a swing from the bat of Randy Wynn.
Bob was so thrilled ...
... stunning; beautiful to the point of perfection. She had straight, brown hair which I would later find out was naturally a fire of wild curls, intensely red-blond, the perfect companion for her tenacious and headstrong personality. She reminded me of Mrs. Frizzle from The Magic Schoolbus book series; up in the clouds, a girl who seemed to belong more to the randomness of the earth than she did to the human race. She was sharp-witted and much ...
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