SpringHill Suites by Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor
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... the American Visionary Museum. It is a collection of three small renovated buildings that have spectacular views of the harbor that you typically don't get to see. The first (and main) building holds two permanent collections and one rotating space. This building is laid out somewhat like the Hirshorn Museum downtown, with spiral ramps leading to each floor. Every conceivable material (most of it technological waste) has been turned into ...
... in Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack on Dec 7, 1941, and which engaged Japanese Zero aircraft during the battle. Also docked is the lightship Chesapeake, which for decades marked the entrance to Chesapeake Bay.
We just missed the running of the Baltimore Grand Prix The race is held around the streets of the Inner Harbor and plays host to the American Le Mans Series on Saturday and the IndyCar Series on Sunday. Crews are currently ...
... take a decent car nap. He finally "came to" and was able to rest a bit, even though he was understandably cranky.
Meanwhile, we survived getting to and through the Beltway, DC 295 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, albeit at a snail's pace. I am now an expert in changing lanes in bumper-to-bumper traffic -- and I add a wave and a smile when I zip into a new lane. Gotta be polite when cutting people off.
We're settled at the hotel now, and ...
... But mostly I stayed inside and caught up with my Cousins. We watched some old home videos I had brought with me and we reminisced about the past. We drank coffee. I gave my cousins some books and DVDs I didn't need anymore. After a couple of days and nights, I felt clear-headed enough to take off again, and drive my final few hundred miles into Texas. I would leave for Nepal in just two weeks. I said goodbye to my family in Oklahoma, re-packed what was left of my life into ...
... of days, and she showed me that I alone had the strength and the courage to defeat them. She was an element of my destruction, but she was also the one who set me free. She pushed me off the right cliff.
Seeing Miranda this week, eighteen months later, wasn't as difficult as I thought it might be. It was as easy as driving to her house and ringing the doorbell. And just like the first time we met, we stood on opposite sides of the door for ...
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