1840s Carrollton Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yesterday I had the pleasure of using A-1 Escort Service, and I can guarantee you I've never used a better one. They had very reasonable rates - only 50 dollars per hour [rate schedule attached]. I found Kathleen very friendly, and she even made an excellent restaurant recommendation for afterward.
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... and I decided four rows back right behind home plate looked like the place to be. Ten minutes later the game was over. The final 5 outs were completed in 10 pitches (if we don't count the four for an intentional walk). But that ten minutes was entertaining. From the thrill of being among the approximately 200 people left watching the game, to the seats we were in to the good natured heckling of the opposing pitcher.it was a fun few minutes. ...
... Baltimore where we spent the day walking around and admiring many refurbished old wharf buildings, yachts in the marina, as well as retired US navy ships (including a submarine) in the harbour front. Lunch came around quickly and as recommended by many, we found our way to a restaurant serving fresh Baltimore crab - we were completely satisfied!
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... of water. The next morning after our final lesson, we were provided with two big pieces of poster-board and asked to write down one word per person on each board. One board was "things I will take with me," and the other was "things I will leave behind." This was to be expressed in a single word. On the board that was dedicated to things that we would chose to take with us, I wrote "people." On the board for things being left behind, I wrote "fear." At noon we all said our ...