Inn at 2920

Address: 2920 Elliott St, Baltimore, Maryland, 21224, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located in the Canton area of Baltimore, is near Segs in the City Baltimore, Canton Waterfront Park, S.S. John W. Brown, and Creative Alliance.
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    A delayed trip to Baltimore

    A travel blog entry by kann2010 on Apr 07, 2015

    8 photos

    ... locations a bit more difficult as we had to catch an extra bus. When we got to Baltimore harbour we stowed our night time luggage aboard the USS Constellation and then took a water taxi with one transfer to Fort Mc Henry.  This defence of this fort in 1814 inspired the writing of the star spangled banner.  The flag that inspired the anthem is on duly n the Smithsonian Museum of History, so some of us will ...

    Touring Got You Frazzled Attempt These Tips

    A travel blog entry by findbun5 on Oct 20, 2014

    ... or hand over your pocket to any individual, even though they boast of being police officers. Have a look at option areas to stay. You don't also have to stay in a accommodation to feel great on a break. There are several "house-swapping" sites accessible, which enable you to remain in someones unfilled residence. Try looking for cabins or mattress and breakfasts. Alternate accommodations could be among the most interesting and fun elements of holidaying, ...

    "O! say can you see by the dawn's early light..."

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on Jun 01, 2014

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... confiscate American merchant ships and cargoes in an effort to prevent supplies from reaching enemy ports. Americans viewed this as a violation of their rights for they planned to stay neutral, or not side with either nation. The situation was made hotter by British impressment of American seaman. The declaration of war against England was made on June 18, 1812 to preserve "Free Trade and Sailor's Rights."

    For almost two years, Americans were mostly an annoyance to ...

    Oh Oh say can you see?

    A travel blog entry by richandjanell on Sep 17, 2013

    3 photos

    We have been in the DC area since Sunday. Monday we drove to Annapolis. We wanted to go into the visitors center at the Naval Academy but couldn't find any parking. They don't let you park inside and outside the narrow streets are all marked for residences. We just drove around a little and left.

    Today we went to Fort McHenry in Baltimore. We ...

    Living in The Wire

    A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Aug 25, 2013

    ... it was time to meet Simon W. in Little Italy for dinner. It was great catching up with him - still a really nice guy. We got back to the house at 10, chatted to Sammy and Bruno a bit and went to bed. Late that night we decided to make a rushed trip to Washington D.C.. Power tourism!

    Woke up ridiculously early (5 am) to catch the bus to catch the train to D.C.. Way too early. Got to D.C. around 8 am. We walked to the White House and then ...