Slade's Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... with white rice. Good. Marie had Shrimp toast - much more generous with the shrimp than at home and Chicken with cashews - much sweeter sauce than at home. Gab had shrimp with snow peas and Chey shrimp fried rice.
I took a few photos of houses on the way home and we were home before dark.
I did some more blog. We heard a few fireworks after dark but didn't see any. In bed about 11 but took ages to get to ...
... we have tickets for on Wednesday. I also managed to pick up some nice smelling Yankee candle look a likes for gen for only $1. After our shop we got a cinnamon sugar pretzel from aunty Anne's which was in Walmart. They were absolutely delicious and a nice treat before going outside and standing in the rain again! We got the bus back and got a little bit wet walking back to the ...
... raw cherry stones). Very tasty!
We hiked down toward Camden Yards. We were a little early for the game so we decided to visit a museum dedicated to sports teams and heroes of Maryland. We learned Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore had how the Irsay's (owners of the Indianapolis Colts) moved the city's beloved Colts to Indianapolis. Did you know that Michael Phelps is from Maryland? The worst part of the museum for me, was having to live ...
... immersed. My entire life was sitting on that floor. I made an immediate decision to save the most important things first. My passport, the backup DVDs that contain all of my music projects, and my paintings. Luckily, many of these things were either sitting up on desks, or protected in big plastic bins. I put my bare feet down into the gushing water - and I am not exaggerating when I say that this water was gushing. It felt like I had ...
... s so many people that I'm going to miss, but especially Paige and my family. I know that a lot will change by the time I come home, but I trust that everything will find it's way back into place. I don't speak Italian, I'm heading over alone, and I'm making up itinerary as I go. The next three months will be an adventure to say the least.