Super 8 Baltimore/Essex
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... Circuit boards, reindeer toilets (in a perverse Christmas scene that has to be seen to be believed), hubcaps, Christmas lights and lots and lots of plastics. As you wander through the building, you get the sense that there is nothing that humans can throw away that can't be turned into something visually spectacular and challenging to every notion of what is contemporary art. I was particularly enthralled with a series of pen and ...
... the remaining track fencing and temporary buildings.
We spent the afternoon harbour side, starting with a speed boat road from the inner harbour to Fort McHenry. We passed Fells Point, once a favourite entertainment spot for sailors has now been refurbished and gentrified. It featured in the movie Sleepless in Seattle. A beautiful view of the city from the harbour was also special. We then had a late shrimp lunch at Bubba ...
... has joined us. Will ate a late lunch/early dinner (did I mention that all that damn nonsense happened right at lunch hour?) and is now sound asleep in our bed. His happy little tuchus is getting moved to the sofa bed later, since now there are two adults in the house who are too old for sofa beds. He's now outnumbered. HA!
I think I might have a little touch of PTSD at the moment. Apologies if this post is weird or rambling or just odd. There's a fog in ...
... resilient and unsuspectingly spacious 2003 Toyota Corolla and drove away toward Texas. On my way there, I used my cellphone to contact a reputable tattoo shop in Dallas and set up an appointment for the same day.
I pulled into the tattoo facility in downtown Dallas after a four-hour drive. My best friend Ashley was waiting for me there. I hadn't seen her in several years, and had arranged for her to meet me here so I could see her before I went to my parent's house, ...
... and I could feel her presence there. Just like all those years ago, when the door opened, there stood a magnificent creature glowing with warmth, as beautiful and radiant as the laws of the universe will allow. Timid and nervous like a deer; tiny, frail and insecure in her own gorgeousness. Nothing essential had changed, she was still Miranda, albeit with hair so blond it was nearly white. Her constancy made me feel immediately ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed