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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... them too as cellars.
Some were used as WWII air raid shelters. I bet you remember that Pete?
Well we are having a drink in our room before going out for dinner. Just next door is a Farmhouse Inn which have good meals.
We have a 2+ hr drive to Heathrow tomorrow. We don't fly out until 3pm, but we will leave here nice and early to allow for road traffic.
... for returns in Mississippi; I was able to buy my yellow suitcase plus a black one for Bob who had admired the brand in Milan, on line at a reasonable price, no taxes and no shipping. Less than a week after I ordered them two big boxes from Bergamo, IT appeared at our door. The suitcases were packed beautifully, each carefully wrapped in a white ‘shroud’-a happy ending to my quest for easily, the ‘happiest’ luggage I have ever ...
... and enjoyed the chance to relax on the coach. After the three hour journey back to Baltimore we got the 35 back to campus which for once was on time. When we got back we ordered a pizza which was a bit of a struggle without an American phone however with the help of Mary we managed it. We ordered from papa johns which was good and arrived quickly. We ate dinner with Lexi and then went to bed, absolutely shattered after a good ...
... the Ravens and MLB team the Orioles. It seems birds are popular in the city, the prestige university JHU has a football team the Blue Jays.
The only thing that you can not make out of birds is the crab-cake. Had that at the famous Bubba-Gump Shrimp restaurant...
The day ended with a dinner-performance show, the Medieval Times. The kids and the older enjoyed it a ...
... down the mall toward Washington Monument which is currently under repair.
We stopped in at the Museum of Natural History about half way up and wandered through checking out all of the displays spread over three floors - well worth having a look at. Our next stop was the Museum of American History just a few doors up - which was equally as impressive, they certainly know how to pump themselves up. We stopped in at the Stars and Stripes cafeteria for ...