I will contact the hotel again to let them know we will be calling in reservations. I will give then "HVAC Internet Forum Members" as the group name. Our contact at the hotel is Jim Keenan (sp?).
Now! Does the crab feast cruise sound like the way for us to get acquanted on Friday? Can everyone get settled in to get to the boat by 6:30 pm? The boat is definately within walking distance of the hotel. For those who desire to, we can get as trashed as we want without worrying about driving or even getting run over.
By the way, right in the same block is Baltimore's World Trade Center which is the tallest 5 sided building in the world. There is an observation deck overlooking the harbor.
That's up to the others, whether they can make it there in time. I was thinking on Fri just hang out close by at some trendy bar, that way we get everyones cell number and as people show up they can come and meet us.
As far as a planned boat thingy, Sat would be better for that...doncha think??
I am up for whatever.
Friday is the only night for the crabfeast cruise;
BALTIMORE’S BEST CRAB FEAST
Friday Sails 7-10PM, June-October $60.00
Caesar Salad, Maryland Crab Soup, Steamed Maryland Blue Crabs, Top Rounds of Beef with Gravy, Battered Fish Nuggets with Tartar Sauce, Crispy Maryland Fried Chicken, Eastern Shore Corn on the Cob, Pasta ala Chesapeake, Dinner Rolls and Butter, Fresh Watermelon, Neapolitan Iced Pound Cake, Unlimited Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks, Juices, Coffee, Tea and Decaf. Cash Bar available for Mixed Drinks.
I agree that Saturday evening would be more convenient. This would also be a good dinner cruise, just without the crabs;
Saturday Sails 7-10PM $66.00
Hospitality Table to include Vegetables and Dip and Cheese and Crackers, Caesar Salad, Maryland Crab Soup, Chef-carved Roast Breast of Turkey with Honey Mustard, Chef-carved Top Rounds of Beef with Creamy Horseradish Sauce, Chesapeake Crab Balls, Breaded Delmarvalous Oysters, Battered Fish Nuggets with tartar sauce, Vegetable Fried Rice, Roasted Potatoes, Green Beans Almondine, Fresh Dinner Rolls and butter, Cheesecake, Seasonal Fruit, Coffee, Tea and Decaf, Cash Bar available.
Then again, we could do dinner elsewhere and do a moonlight cruise;
Fridays & Saturdays June-September 11:30PM-2:00AM $29.00
Light Hors D’oeuvres, dancing and Cash Bar. Must be 21 years or older.
I like the moonlight cruise because of not having kids around.
Originally posted by Diceman Come to the convention and watch me dance like that.
Isn't it enough to watch you write like that??
So we are diffinately in for the weekend of Aug. 27th? Wait until that boat get us on board. Unlimited beer! I bet they raise thier prices next year.
I can bring the kettle cookers in the back of the Expedition. I suppose you can get Old Bay at any 7-11 down there! That's if you want to do the state park thing. Hmmm....I wonder if Baltimore is closer to us then Pittsburgh. Hang on I'll be right back.
Okay, I'm back:
Bennington to Baltimore- 404 mi. 6.25 hrs.
Benninton to Pittsburgh- 562 mi 8.5 hrs.