The Inn at Mitchell House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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We've moved to the marina as of yesterday morning.. Great feeling to be living onboard Beleza now.. Spent the whole day yesterday unpacking, going through the stuff, fitting sails on, connecting electronics and going through onboard systems.. When we were done in late afternoon, went walking for about 2 miles to the nearest supermarket to buy some food and drinks.. Carried all the stuff we bought on our backs back to ...
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After only two and a half hours sleep we were woken by dreaded alarms and got dressed ready for the run. We made our way down onto campus where one of the Laccrosse girls was picking us up from. The run was called the port to fort 6k run taking place in Baltimore. We arrived in good time and headed to the start line where we got our numbers and tags of another Laccrosse girl who had kindly picked them up for us. We headed towards the start line and waited for the signal. We ...
... food. We all had the pit beef sandwiches which are the BEST and the boys ate two large orders of the fries. We talked about the last time we ate at Chaps and all agreed the place had not changed. We finished as Blossom calls it, linner ( between lunch and dinner) and head back to the campground.
Next day was Saturday, game day! 4:15pm - Orioles vs the Red Sox! We decided instead of the hassle of parking our truck downtown, we would drive ...
... love the simplicity and the unexpected challenges that go along with living unconventionally. In a strange way, I need the floods and the questionable characters and the absence of regularity; these things are what keep me going. They are constant, explicit reminders that I am alive and that my soul is thriving. They are lessons; ancient stories.
Stories about a great deluge destroying all the life on our planet have existed for thousands ...