4 East Madison Inn Boutique Hotel

Address: 4 E. Madison St., Baltimore, Maryland, 21202, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Mount Vernon area of Baltimore, is near The Walters Art Museum, Center Stage, Peabody Library, and The Gallery.
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      A travel blog entry by kann2010 on Apr 07, 2015

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      ... the day to tell you all the crazy patients and work stories I already have. Lets just say it has been the good, the bad, and the ugly. I make a point to remember the good stories and to try to let the rest go. It's a mixed bag of emotions being back at work - I am reuniting with all the wonderful people I used to work with, but I am also remembering a lot of the reasons I left! Not much has changed, but patients are patients wherever you go - and I have had plenty of ...

      Day in a life

      A travel blog entry by jvarghese83 on Aug 27, 2013

      ... About seven years ago and not more than a week after graduation, threw all my stuff in the back of my old sedan and drove down - been here ever since. My job at the firm couldn't be going any better in a market that's seen some of the worst volatility since coming of age. I loved what i did and in doing so I was sort of groomed for being a corporate employee. The management has been great, providing a great deal of personal growth and flexibility. As of late, ...