SpringHill Suites by Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor
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... we checked our baggage in, which would take them onto the train and we would pick them up from Orlando. We just took our back pack with valuables in it with us. We caught the city charmer free shuttle bus from the train station down to the Inner Harbour. It was a lovely sunny morning & relatively quiet. Strolling around the harbour was great, we found 'Bubba & Gump shrimp co.' There was an old historic ship in the port. Over the other side of the harbour we ...
... all around the Inner Harbor since then, and Camden Yards baseball stadium also draws crowds to downtown Baltimore for fun. I took an evening walk to Fells Point and Camden, two neighborhoods along the waterfront east of downtown that were once very working class with an industrial orientation but are now all about giving visitors a faux urban experience with a mix of traditional ethnic businesses like ...
... in fort Lauderdale and we spent our childhood Summers and Christmas playing together. He moved when I was 12. we saw each other in 2007 when I visited him on spring break. It was a lovely surprise visit made possible by my 48 hour layover in Baltimore before I headed to Florida. We spent the first night catching up at a local pub where I had my first meal back in the western world; a heavenly crab max and cheese dish. Yum! my jet lag was insane as I had started my journey at 3 am ...
... people from a large number of organisations and it was strange meeting up with people that I had met during previous hospital visits. The sessions were all fast paced and demanding with debriefings after each one. It seemed to work really well and taught a lot of people at a high level with a broad subject matter. By having people from numerous different centres the discussions could explore differences and made the participants reflect on their own methods. The ...
... and not since my back-packing trip. A chance stumble upon one of these blogs rekindled an old burned out flame to start blogging again. It was interesting to read how, as seasons past, the will of a freshly minted youth molded inside the theaters of society has changed and that which is but a faint shadow of a distant memory. Life has been blessed but there are certain regrets particularly with some humanitarian efforts i was involved with and which over ...