Candlewood Suites Baltimore-Linthicum

Address: 1247 Winterson Road, Linthicum, Maryland, 21090, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1247 Winterson Road, Linthicum, is near Narikhala Fortress, The City-Museum Reserve of Mtskheta, Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati Monastery, and Historical Electronics Museum.
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      Day 20 - Washington DC, Maryland.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Sep 09, 2014

      ... people and cars in the way! I missed him already, what's gotten into me. Haha! Dreaded trip on metro and bus back to the airport, the trip that took 2 hours Sunday the opposite way took me just over one hour today! What a difference a weekday makes! Next, the dreaded trip over the Atlantic Ocean home for me! I hope I don't have turbulence, definitely going to knock back some travel tablets to knock me out asleep for the journey! Homeward bound ...

      Weekdays in the US capital

      A travel blog entry by killiantravel on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... a ghetto march style, starting from 4th floor down, we worked our way down and seen some sobering and harrowing account of what took place during the Nazi reign. War has no place in any time or space, the destruction and toll that it brings to people is irreparable. Yet, thru war, technology advancement in such a short period of time, has made man travel to the moon and back, faster transport, jet sonic airplanes. Soon, drones replaces most piloted fighter jets ...

      And I'm off!

      A travel blog entry by deniseang on Jul 10, 2014


      ... that chokes out all the native
      plants. Or something. Basically, I REALLY don't want to screw it up!
      The tricky thing with doing development and aid abroad is that there
      really needs to be a Hypocratic Oath type of "Do no harm" rule. The hard
      part is figuring out what exactly the externalities will be.But I'm probably overthinking it. I'm so excited to get my hands dirty helping people in a really tangible, direct way.

      Ok taking off ...

      The Capital

      A travel blog entry by greenc14 on Jun 17, 2014

      ... went to the Albert Einstein Planetarium at the museum and saw a show on the creation of the planets and stars narrated by Woppie Golberg. After the show we stopped at the gift shop for astronaut ice cream (tasted like cardboard but Sam liked it). Before heading to Philadelphia, Sam had a relative that he wanted to see so Army and I dropped him at their house, went and grabbed food, 20 minutes later we picked him up and began the short drive to Philly. ...


      A travel blog entry by tyraneandsarah on Apr 04, 2014

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      Today we explored the national mall. Essentially it is a giant 4 mile walkway with varying museums on each side. There are cherry blossoms everywhere, the lawn is perfectly manicured and it is very Canberra-esque in its artificiality. The Washington Monument is first and it can be seen from pretty much everywhere we visit today. Museum entry is free and we end up in both Smithsonian museums exploring American history in the museum of American history and dinosaurs in the ...