4 East Madison Inn Boutique Hotel

4 E. Madison St., Baltimore, Maryland, 21202, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Mount Vernon area of Baltimore, is near The Walters Art Museum, Center Stage, The Gallery, and Peabody Library.
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    Star Spangled Banner

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... paddle boats, and sightseeing boats, and a bunch of touristy stuff to do.We continued to what we thought was a fort, but turned out jto just be a lookout over the city (There were cannons, it was an easy mistake to make). Once we discovered that we weren't infact at the fort, we caught the free bus to get there. It was called fort mchenry and was the place where the american national anthem was written. It was $7 entry, ...

    ...set...

    A travel blog entry by kelly-427 on Feb 10, 2014

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    ... line, another position was opened. I shed my shoes, pulled out my laptop, and did a little mashed potato on my way to the body scanner. The TSA agent thanked me for cleaning their floors – luckily I had dark brown socks on – good at hiding dirt!!!

    My bags and I were successfully scanned with no problems, so I got on the little closed-loop train that travels in a circle to all the concourses. On the train were a ...

    John's Hopkins day 4 & meeting with Sorrel Kin

    A travel blog entry by danwalsh on Nov 21, 2013

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    Following another meeting in the hospital I got a cab across town to have lunch with Sorrel King. It was great to meet her and we chatted for a few hours, she was extremely interested in my Scholarship and my observations so far. As Josie's story had been an motivator in the development of my project it was great to get her perspective on how we should implement ...

    Needles & Ink

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 01, 2013

    ... d think because they are almost all sports team affiliated and thus more expensive. And I'm not even sure what I'm doing with the trainers anymore. I originally wanted a replacement for the casual ones I have now which I bought in Malaysia and invariably rub, but I've only got two weeks left to roll so is there any point!? I just don't know. In a nearby sports shop I found neither but did try out some Baltimore Ravens gear. The Ravens, in that very American way used ...

    Everything worked out

    A travel blog entry by max-n-macgowest on Mar 02, 2013

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    We cant believe that its our first day already, after arriving in Washington DC we took our,way to big hand luggage and got of the Plain. The other luggage which we had to give up was one of the first that came out. So we could just walk out where T.D. was waiting for us. She was really nice to us, she took us to one of the biggest malls of America which is Tyson's corner and invited our first lunch in the ...