Gramercy Mansion

Address: 1400 Greenspring Valley Rd., Baltimore, Maryland, 21153-0119, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1400 Greenspring Valley Rd., Baltimore, is near Graul's, Gerstung, Sunnyfields, and Needles and Threads of Ruxton.
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      New day, new state

      A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 21, 2014

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      ... arranged in an artsy fashion with mosaics and beer bottles everywhere. Despite being cool, it was also pretty stupid.I love observation towers, so when I found out that there was one on the top of city hall, i had to make that my next stop. I paid the $6 to get the great view of Philly from the air. Despite it being a little hazy, I could see pretty far. It was approachin the time where I needed to ...

      Baltimore Day Two

      A travel blog entry by welltravelled67 on Dec 06, 2013

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      ... joked and said it had better not make me cry! Anyway it made me cry alright - I was basically a sobbing mess!! My other best girlfriend (who never answers my emails!!!) had flown up from Atlanta to see me!!! So all three of us could be together again. The only missing girlfriend was Michiko. I said if you've hidden her as well I'll have a heart attack. We did go to Chesapeake Bay and it was so wonderful ...

      Movie locations in a beautiful city

      A travel blog entry by tonestar on Aug 04, 2013

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      ... minute walk to the main area of town, so this hotel was a great find as most of them were very expensive and further out.

      I unpacked and rested for a bit and then I walked down to the harbor area which was pumping with people since it was a summer day and a sunday afternoon. It was an excellent vibe to be around so I was really glad I was there on the weekend. People were in the water on boats and dragon boat bicycle type things that looked so ...

      Chapter Four: Road Trip!

      A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

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      ... paying more than $60 in tolls altogether, and I made a promise to myself to avoid the toll-roads on my way from New Hampshire to Texas, even though that particular route was a little longer. It wasn't something I needed to worry about for several days though, as my time at the retreat took place over a long weekend. As soon as I arrived in New Hampshire I got lost trying to locate the retreat, which was hidden away in a forested area secured by several miles of unpaved winding ...


      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jul 09, 2013

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      ... sisters had ever sought to be married.
      Molly "Jovial Johnny" Rockamann -
      Jovial Johnny was the fourth Eckerd College grad present. This happy blonde loved to wear dresses and dance bare-foot outside. Since college, she had started an NGO called Earthdance. It helped organic farmers grow and sell fresh produce.
      And so, "Wedding Week" began.
      Johnny had devised a healthy, Bachelor Party agenda I was excited ...