Rodeway Inn Mid Town
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The last time my aunt visited Korea was 36 years ago. It'll be interesting for her to see how much Korea has changed or stayed the same since then. Here are some useful facts that I'll take with me on my trip.., 1,000 won is about $1 No tipping at restaurants; it's considered offensive. Hand something to a person with both hands. Family style meals are common with chopsticks. Don't cross legs; one must avoid showing the soles of feet. ...
... loved Annapolis.
We drove back to BWI, returned our great Chrysler Town and Country van that has been perfect for our trip, got the shuttles to the airport and hotel, and then relaxed and had dinner at the hotel. We have a 4:00 AM shuttle in the morning.
It was a great trip!! We fly home tomorrow at 6:15 AM and will be home by early ...
... stories and reading each others books (most of us were avid readers and brought several books to the retreat). On a few nights we laid outside on the cold sand at midnight, the lake's lazy water beating gently just a few steps away from our bare feet, and we stared up in wonderment at what seemed like a thousand layers of stars blanketing an unfiltered sky almost completely unchallenged by the lights of distant cities. We lay head-to-head and talked about our fears, our plans ...
... became apparent that I had a natural caregiver ability. Simone loved me. Instead of inducing a situation to have a quick laugh at my expense, Stef had inadvertently discovered something far more valuable: a free babysitter. And so for the better part of those six months that I stayed in Texas, that's what I was. And I was good at it. Out in public, strangers would just assume that I was her father because my interaction with her was so natural. And when people found out ...
... to need some serious trimming.
Finally we drove up to Garrett Heights 212 Elementary School; the one Margaret and I attended (4th grade). It's still there, although the building we were in is gone and has been replaced by a new wing to the other building. Brought back some memories... It was also interesting to retrace the route Margaret and I took when we walked to and from school.
We then left Baltimore in search of Harper's Ferry, ...