Inn at Huntingfield Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... samples of Italian ice which was extremely refreshing and delicious. We then decided to stock up on touristy **** from the quay side shops. I got a Maryland crab T-shirt, a shot glass for Mikey as a thank you present, some salt water taffy, a crab magnet and a Baltimore flag sticker. We also popped into a big American sweet shop where saz attempted to buy some Swedish fish sweets for he to try only to be told by the lady that she ...
... than she let on. Her eyes were just as mesmerizingly wild as the rest of her, and they reflected a deeply intelligent ancient soul with a kaleidoscope of ever-progressing color schemes. If you met her gaze, it was impossible to look away, but terrifying in its intensity. I always thought she looked like a lion, and I suspect that staring an angry lion directly in the eyes would be a similar experience. In many ways she was a free soul, but ...
... seafood stands, some fresh vegetable/fruit stands, but LOTS of prepared food booths -- all kinds of choices. We got some "soul food" that we ate in the sit-down dining area up on the mezzanine. Really good!!
We then made our way out to 4305 Mainfield Avenue to check out the old neighborhood. Along the way we saw lots of examples of Baltimore row houses -- some quite nice, some really run down. It was kind of eerie seeing streets like Hartford ...
Adam came to State College on Thursday and we went out. Adam's friend AJ came as well. Friday morning we left for Bel Aire to visit Colin. Went to a local bar night one. Brendan met up and we went to Power Plant (The Bar with the electric bull) on Saturday night. Got tossed from the bull in 10 seconds.
Stayed in Bel Air at Colin's house. Had tons of good food at each ...
Off we go. Next stop Baltimore Maryland. We were a little concerned about this stop because everyone seemed to say "why Baltimore"? After we arrived at Penn Station, we asked the police officer how to catch the 64 bus that was supposed to come near our hotel. He said, don't take it we have a free bus and you catch it right there. We walked about 100 yards and sure ...