SpringHill Suites by Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor
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... and settled down for the night. We of course had to test the bottom bunk for durability, but there was not really enough room for us both. Andy then descended to the top bunk to sleep. We had stopped a while somewhere, Andy decided to pull a mooney out of his little window to a long line of cars waiting at the crossing, I could hear him giggling to himself, so I told him the front car was a copper, to which I heard '**** really?' & it was my turn to giggle. We finally ...
Like so many museums around the country the Baltimore Museum of Art is currently under renovation. Ultra-low interest rates since the economic downturn in 2008 have actually made recent years a great time to pursue such expansions because borrowing costs will likely never be so low again in the future.
Fortunately the Baltimore Museum of Art is still open with many of ...
Today marks the half way point of the Scholarship journey. It is crazy to think that this is only half way. On one instant it does not seem 2 minutes since I left Nottingham as it has gone so quickly but then as I think about all that I have experienced I cannot believe that I have the same amount of time left. One of the members of the team who respond to emergencies is ...
... the Cleveland Browns but the owner decided to up sticks and move here with the entire team. However Cleveland got to keep the name. The Browns I'm aware of from my childhood when myself, Stu & Geriant used to play a NFL game on Ger's N64. He always insisted on playing as the Jets so we used to play as the Browns. I can't remember exactly why but I think it had something to do with the players names. Like one of them was called 'Jett' so we could cheer for him which ...
... if survivors visit the museum. The volunteer then showed her button indicating that she was a survivor. Tammy told her that she was glad she was there, shook her hand, and broke down in tears. You just can't help it.
When done there, we went back to the American History Museum to finish and then, because of extended hours, we were able to knock off the Air/Space Museum. There are many ...