Phoenix Risin' Bed & Breakfast

1429 Bolton St., Baltimore, Maryland, 21217, United States | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the Bolton Hill area of Baltimore, is near Lyric Opera House, Baltimore Streetcar Museum, Baltimore Trolley Tours, and Charles Theatre.
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All aboard!

A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 31, 2014

2 comments, 33 photos

... poem became the national anthem of America. On our way home we stopped to see The Old Baltimore Shot Tower. When it was completed in 1828, it became the tallest structure in the United States.  Hot lead was dropped from the platform at the top of the town into cold water at the bottom of the town to produce a "drop shot" for guns.  They would also make larger drop shots for cannons as well. It was then hardened, dried and polished.  The ...

Chapter Four: Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

74 photos

... down the stairs. I had saved her from falling into the abyss of my past, from becoming merely a frightful memory. I woke up with that falling sensation that so often accompanies the sudden termination of a terrible dream.

I thought about my dream a lot during the next few days. There wasn't much else to do but think. After I had reluctantly left Hershey, PA (with a stomach-ache), I began the drive toward Tennessee that I assumed would be monotonous, but turned out to ...

Chapter Three: Children

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

3 comments, 11 photos

... for a child is a special kind of love that you could never really experience in any other form. It is unguarded and untainted; holistic in its purity and profound in its simplicity. In many ways, the child's eye view of the world is a sacred kind of spiritual intelligence that adults have come to disregard as immature or infantile - perhaps even as entirely false. When a small child plays in the mundane backyard of their parent's house, it is transformed into ...

Chapter Two: Love

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 20, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... at odds with my environment from birth. I was an artist and a liberal, and Texas didn't take kindly to me. As I have said before (and will likely say again), that is a story for another book. For our purposes here, we shall say that I moved all those miles away all those years ago because I needed to experience something totally different. I needed, and wanted, to shake up my schema; it begged to be torn apart and reassembled with all new ...

T.G.I.F.

A travel blog entry by changandhammo on May 17, 2013

26 photos

... br> We drove down to Mt Washington and jumped on the light rail into Camden Yards to see the Orioles versus the Tampa Bay Rays. By the middle of the 7th the O's were down by 8, so we decided to head home, by the time we got back to Tavern the score was 10 - 12 and that's where it finished, O's down by 2.
Tomorrow the road trip begins. ...