BEST WESTERN Historic Frederick

Address: 420 Prospect Boulevard, Frederick, Maryland, 21701-6400, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 420 Prospect Boulevard, Frederick, is near National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Historical Society of Frederick County, Barbara Fritchie House and Museum, and Antique Cellar.
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      Travel Blogs from Frederick

      Frederick - Maryland's Piedmont

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 13, 2014

      53 photos

      Frederick County is Maryland's Piedmont, the Anglicized version of the Italian word for foot of the mountains, the hilly region east of the Appalachians that runs from New Jersey to Alabama. I hadn’t given any consideration to spending time here other than an overnight stop en-route to Antietam and Harpers Ferry, but I was intrigued by the highway signs for Monocacy National Battlefield. Monocacy? Now that’s a place I never heard about before.

      After some ...

      Back in the Game

      A travel blog entry by girlmack on Nov 21, 2013

      12 photos

      ... scarves, hats, and trinkets. It's probably a good thing these are coming to and end in the winter, or else we won't have any spending money for Christmas!

      As much as I was looking forward to working again, my free time also gave me the chance to catch up with a bunch of my nurse friends. My good friend Elizabeth, who started at WCH around the same time I did in 2008, is going back to Australia. She is originally from there and has been traveling here in the US ...

      From Leesburg to Frederick

      A travel blog entry by bushybird on May 12, 2013

      ... had recognised in 1796 and had persuaded Congress to set up an armoury and arsenal here to help defend the fledgling Republic and encourage industry. By the 1860s the town was turning out 10,000 rifles and muskets a year. The town had a street of well preserved Federal buildings and was famous for John Brown's raid in 1859 on the arsenal. He was an ardent abolitionist but the plan failed and he was eventually hanged. ...

      The Great Escape?

      A travel blog entry by gypsytour on May 06, 2013

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... on Ole Red. The gas mileage would probably improve enough to offset the cost of an occasional hotel room, and we would have brakes again. But, alas, Floridians are a cheap bunch-- the best offer we got was $2000 less than we paid for it in October - so we put new tires on, reloaded and bade farewell to a not so comfortable respite where the temp/humidity level was 90/ 90%, and those friggin' love bugs - the incessantly copulating black ...

      Setting Sail

      A travel blog entry by triciab on May 30, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... in the country's capital, Al-Manama (mainly the result of foreign business and the U.S. Naval Base stationed there), so there are still western activities to be found everywhere. There are also a good amount of western restaurants like Applebees, Burger King, Chili's, etc., though most people say it's much cheaper to eat local food. Something tells me the cuisine may be the biggest adventure of all! I may be known ...