Travel Blogs from Baltimore, United States

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Gary V., Baltimore, United States travel blog

Gary V.

A travel blog entry by justinjones

... 't surprised if we all were part owners in the New York Jets by the end of the year. It was sweet to finally check out Baltimore, now I get the whole East Coast vibe.  Totally coming back next year, and the host city is really going to have to throw ...

Baltimore, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Baltimore

A travel blog entry by welltravelled67

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... back. I've no idea how I'm going to fit all my purchases into my suitcase. Anyway, money spent, we headed off to Baltimore. I can't tell you how excited I am to be seeing my wonderful Brazilian friend Thaise and her family. It's been eight years since ...

Baltimore- Bay, Beaches and the Basilica, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Baltimore- Bay, Beaches and the Basilica

A travel blog entry by travel.bug.

... that existed. The following day we had a free day to check out the city. First stop was America's First Cathedral, the Baltimore Basilica'. It was interesting to do the walk through tour and gain the full history of the building. After some more aimless ...

Bummer, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Bummer

A travel blog entry by rachelb

So I had my committee meeting yesterday, the first and last before my trip. After concluding that I am lazy and basically a worthless grad student, everyone was sweet enough to conclude that my trip to Australia is outside of what I should be doing and ...

MCW, Baltimore, United States travel blog

MCW

A travel blog entry by somewhere2be06

I'll go on record saying that Maryland has some of the best seafood I've ever eaten in my life. Apparently Maryland has world famous crabs? Serious. They were tasty. I even gave Joe some of my crabs. :/ The Allegheny Mountains were beautiful, even ...

Im stuck in the airport, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Im stuck in the airport

A travel blog entry by chappin.eze

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So, I arrive on time for my 6:40pm flight to Philadelphia which connects me to San Francisco. Everything was running smoothly until I hear over the loudspeaker those dreaded words 'Flight Delay" Immediately upon hearing this I ran to the bar to deal with ...

The Amrican Dime Museum, Baltimore, United States travel blog

The Amrican Dime Museum

A travel blog entry by battlemonkey

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... Roadside America.   The museum, located in a storefront on a nondescript street in a somewhat run-down part of Baltimore, quickly amassed an impressive collection of curios. Local legend John Waters sat on the "advisory board." But after ...

Dwindling days at the GOC, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Dwindling days at the GOC

A travel blog entry by aparaghamian

... on...14 days. I have soooo, much to do, so many thoughts running through my monkey mind, so excited. I am soon to leave Baltimore, MD. I have met some amazing people, you have opened your doors and your hearts to me and I truly appreciate that. I ...

Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Peabody Conservatory

A travel blog entry by jowegee1

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... crabcakes and then head off to Boston.  She has another audition at the New England Conservatory at 10:00 in the morning. Baltimore was recently hit with over 2 1/2 feet of snow and while the main roads are clear there is snow and ice ...

WORKING ON THE JOHN W. BROWN, Baltimore, United States travel blog

WORKING ON THE JOHN W. BROWN

A travel blog entry by rodli

I took the bus to Minneapolis and stayed with Kati and Chris. Then I boarded my flight to Baltimore with a stop in Pittsburgh. I took the light rail from Baltimore airport (BWI) to downtown Baltimore. I had supper at a hotel and waited an waited for ...

Maryland isn't on the Pacific!, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Maryland isn't on the Pacific!

A travel blog entry by rachelb

5/17/05 So now I am in Maryland, trying to finish up my last day of classes before my big trip. I've been gradually collecting important supplies (rain jacket, check! Two bikinis, check!) and stowing them away in my room. I still have a big list of ...

Day 2, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Day 2

A travel blog entry by bobhouston

Day 2 Bobby called Sunday night. After leaving his Mom's house they headed for Baltimore and are currently there. They are spending the night in a parking garage. Tomorrow they plan on looking around Baltimore some more then heading to Washington, DC ...

Testing, testing..., Baltimore, United States travel blog

Testing, testing...

A travel blog entry by tuckerman4

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Hello friends and family!  As many of you already know, I am leaving in a few short days for an extended trip to Southeast Asia.  This is my first attempt and test run at a travel blog.  Bear with me please….I’ve never done ...

Grubers Ahoy!, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Grubers Ahoy!

A travel blog entry by kateri.gruber

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... , had a drink at the hotel, and slept well that night. Baltimore the next morning! Visited the first Cathedral Basilica in the United States, where a bible used by St. John Neumann is kept, as well as a letter written by George Washington (you know, THE ...

Navel Ships and Baseball - Baltimore Day #1, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Navel Ships and Baseball - Baltimore Day #1

A travel blog entry by elaneyandwill

... . . . nothing starts a better day than breakfast at the Cheesecake Factory! It was delicious and we enjoyed the splendid view of Baltimore's Inner Harbor and some lady a few tables away feeding bread bits to the cutest little birds (although in truth, you ...

Our vacation started at 3:16 pm, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Our vacation started at 3:16 pm

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom

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... and we had loaded up the car to leave, it was after 3:00. We dropped the dog off at the Pet motel and left for Baltimore. We had decided to stay the night in Baltimore for a couple of reasons—1) It extended our vacation by one night and 2) we could ...

B'more is in the marshes?, Baltimore, United States travel blog

B'more is in the marshes?

A travel blog entry by justinjones

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Landed in Baltimore today, narrowly dodging a delay due to storms.  Saw lots of pleasant houses on the marshy water interspersed in a thick forest.  They look nice, but I wonder if it floods? The light rail looks a lot like the one in Denver ...

Lagging Luggage in Baltimore, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Lagging Luggage in Baltimore

A travel blog entry by lauriera

... MIDNIGHT.  Yep, checked in almost at the stroke of midnight. It didn't help that it takes forever to get your luggage in Baltimore.  40 minutes, no kidding.  Anyway, I made it. :)   Nice hotel room, great beds... ...

Chapter One: The Flood, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Chapter One: The Flood

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn

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... highly-prized books, and wouldn't zip up completely. Satisfied with the books that I had picked, I donated the remainder to Baltimore's local book exchange. 2. A suitcase full of clothes. I am not a fashionable person, really, because I don't care for ...

Baltimore, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Baltimore

A travel blog entry by pochacco777

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Baltimore, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Baltimore

A travel blog entry by eddie73g

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... the same hotel directly between DC and Baltimore.  From there we were able to hit all the great spots in DC, Annapolis, Baltimore, and Northern Virginia.  We started off in Baltimore with a late lunch and then headed over to Camden Yards for the ...

The Charm City - an unexpected gem, Baltimore, United States travel blog

The Charm City - an unexpected gem

A travel blog entry by lecklund

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... , high ceilings, fireplaces in each room, long and narrow.  It was across the street from the first Basilica/Cathedral built in Baltimore after the Constitution, started building in 1812 and I believe finished in 1821.  I had a tour of it and it ...

Jenn!!!, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Jenn!!!

A travel blog entry by dianaland

Jenn came to visit us from Miami. It was her first time back in Baltimore since last summer, and we had a great time! I was late picking Jenn up from the airport Friday evening because of traffic, so we headed straight to the Oriole's game and met Ben at ...

Home, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by krb2g

We stopped at home long enough to see Sawyer, then we picked up lunch to go at Panera before driving to Baltimore. Since I was taking a small flight, my gate was down a flight of stairs at the far end of the "D" section (I'd never seen this part of BWI ...

Flight to B-More, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Flight to B-More

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

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George made me sleep at least a few hours before leaving for Baltimore, so that was good. I didn't want to bug him for a ride to the airport, so I figured I'd just stay up all night and sleep on the plane.  That never happens so George's idea was ...

T.G.I.F., Baltimore, United States travel blog

T.G.I.F.

A travel blog entry by changandhammo

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I was up again early this morning, my body clock's still out of sync but I'm starting to feel the pinch now. I made a pot of coffee and that seemed to work with getting the others out of bed. We headed off to Miss Shirley's for ...

Baltimore, MD, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Baltimore, MD

A travel blog entry by bigferret

May 26-28 637.0 ...

Baltimore Harbor, et downtown, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Baltimore Harbor, et downtown

A travel blog entry by wonit

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Rome, Italy, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Rome, Italy

A travel blog entry by clickable

Rome entry goes ...

Fell's Point Star Spangled Banner and Such, Baltimore, United States travel blog

Fell's Point Star Spangled Banner and Such

A travel blog entry by fossilfuelfree

... people in and takes them away. Fell's Point, home to Edgar Allen Poe and Michael Phelps. "The Battle of Baltimore" was a turning point in the War of 1812. The American's defense of Fort McHenry led Francis Scott Key to write the Star ...

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