Paradise Bed & Breakfast

6100 Frederick Road, Baltimore, Maryland, 21228, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Catonsville area of Baltimore, is near B&O Railroad Museum, Lexington Market, Irish Shrine, and St. Mary's Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise Bed & Breakfast Baltimore

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Baltimore

    A Mesmerizing Day at the Inner Harbour

    A travel blog entry by gomctravel on Feb 11, 2014

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    ... one end.
    En route to the third building is a sculpture garden with an amazing "hobbit" structure made of raw timbers and a series of rusted-metal whirl-a-gigs. Inside the third building you'll find the remains of the most recent Kinetic Sculpture Race - a collection of pedal cars made to resemble everything from elephants to fluffy pink poodles, the size of an elephant. Life would be incomplete if you missed the giant "brassiere ball" made ...

    Seventh and final installment

    A travel blog entry by henriksenv on Sep 22, 2013

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    We said goodbye to Granada, and arrived in Madrid in the late afternoon. Our hotel was right on the plaza that faces the train station, so we had a very lively view. It was very old fashioned, with the tiny elevators, and the giant room keys that you turn in to the front desk every time you leave the building. We had no idea what to do, so we walked to the Plaza Mayor. There is a giant statue of a man on a horse ...

    Needles & Ink

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 01, 2013

    I got into Baltimore by about half ten. Initial impressions weren't good. The bus station is a little out of town and we drove through some less than pleasant looking areas. A couple of mattresses strewn across the road, quite a few boarded up buildings etc. In fariness the fact that it was first thing on a Sunday probably didn't help as a lot of regular shops were closed too which just added to the general feel. Unable to check in I dropped my bags at the hostel and ...

    Threat Level Red. Not my favorite shade.

    A travel blog entry by janeyjay on Aug 08, 2013


    ... Yes, I know Will is fine. But it's haunting nonetheless.

    You know, though... if I can survive and handle having my precious baby (he will always be my baby) having a seizure in a traffic jam on the most traveled interstate I've ever driven on in the most urban area I've ever driven through... then I can survive and handle just about anything. Go me.

    And true to form, young William had bounced back by the time we arrived at our hotel -- ...

    Chapter Four: Road Trip!

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... only fitting that I would have the shape of Texas, my home state, forever etched into my skin as a reminder of the end of my road trip, and of the place I had spent the majority of my life. I chose a spot on my back that was down and to the left of the still-healing Maryland tattoo, Southwest across my spine in an attempt to have some semblance of accurate geographical proximity. Ashley sat with me during this procedure, which was much more painful than the Maryland one had ...