Biltmore Suites Hotel

205 W. Madison St., Baltimore, Maryland, 21201, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Mount Vernon area of Baltimore, is near Mount Vernon, Washington Monument and Mount Vernon Park, Maryland Historical Society, and Tyson Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Baltimore

    Baltimore Day Two

    A travel blog entry by welltravelled67 on Dec 06, 2013

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    Today was a very very emotional day for me. We started off with a wonderful breakfast that Dennis cooked. Not that I needed it as our meal last night was amazing - we are truly being spoilt!! After breakfast we were going to visit the start of Chesapeake Bay, we hung around for a bit because Thaise said Laura was able to finish school earlier. Anyway, at some point Thaise said she had another surprise for ...

    Movie locations in a beautiful city

    A travel blog entry by tonestar on Aug 04, 2013

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    ... the most beautiful part of Baltimore I ever saw. It was so nice and really felt New England like with cobblestone streets and old buildings. Just walking the streets taking photos was so relaxing and scenic.

    I got a rocky road ice cream from an ice creamery and then found more locations for ‘Step Up’, the warehouse building that they rehearse their dance in (which is supposed to be in the school). If you know the film this building is ...

    Chapter Four: Road Trip!

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

    74 photos

    ... in this essentially lifeless basement that I truly began to flourish and to grow. I pondered this as I walked hesitantly up that stairwell and onto the sidewalk leading directly to my car, and I was surprised at how hard it was to muster up the courage, once and for all, to leave. But I did. I left. I dropped off the keys, stepped into my car, and drove away. I left most of my possessions in Maryland.

    My drive into New Hampshire was uneventful but thoroughly enjoyable. ...

    RICHELE AND ONE OF THE JOHNNIES EXCHANGE VOWS!

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jul 09, 2013

    ... looking at someone - how many younger and older siblings he had, and whether these were brothers or sisters. To demonstrate, I turned to a black girl whose straight hair fell to the back of her blue dress. In what seemed like the perfect opening line, I tried to guess her siblings.
    My guess was way off. Jessie and the Johnnies laughed at me. Nevertheless, the girl and I got along fairly well. I told her: "I don't ...

    New Experiences at Every Turn!

    A travel blog entry by tammnel on Dec 28, 2012

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    A few funny anecdotes about Luna's adjustments ....

    For the first day she was afraid of the chimes of our "grandmother" clock. She would bark at it whenever it chimed; which is every fifteen minutes!

    It took Luna a few days to learn how to go up and down the steps. She still does so rather awkwardly, bounding like a bunny rabbit.

    Ann Marie plays the clarinet. The first ...