Extended Stay America - Baltimore - Glen Burnie

Address: 104 Chesapeake Center Court, Glen Burnie, Maryland, 21061, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 104 Chesapeake Center Court, Glen Burnie, is near Fort McHenry National Monument, Historical Electronics Museum, Bingo World, and National Historic District.
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Travel Blogs from Glen Burnie

FDR memorial

A travel blog entry by tiffmiester128 on May 01, 2015

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He was the first president to serve four years. He asked for a memorial that was as small as his desk. He actually got one of the largest memorials. The economy was in the Great Depression and they were in world war 2. Franklin was a great president because he knew we could get through it. He thought about be people who needed things and he hated ...

What's black & white?

A travel blog entry by victoriasouza on Jan 27, 2015

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Wow, what a great weekend I had! It was amazing and full of adventure all over Washington D.C. I am quite exhausted now and catching a bit of a cold, but I am resting up for more visitors on the 30th. I can't wait for my mom and sister to get here!

So, a little bit about my weekend...My boyfriend drove all the way up from TN, and we had a blast! We did everything from exploring Arlington National Cemetery to lighting ...

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by tabl on Dec 16, 2014

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... interested in politics. Anya had a mixing event in the evening which she managed to get us tickets to ... It was called 'a taste of America' I was defiantly NOT dressed for the occasion but with free drink and food on the table we braved it - legging and trainers! At the start it was a little awkward being dressed as a tourist alongside congress men and women and those that work on capital hill, but once we got talking to people and it became busier no ...

Washington DC...escalators...memorials at midnight

A travel blog entry by plaingoldband on Oct 27, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... mean REALLY long. Huge streets, little traffic. Clean. No eating or drinking on the Metro (by Federal law) - London could learn from this! Genuinely friendly people. Really. There's definitely something about the Washingtonians. The Smithsonian. It IS the very best cultural organisation in the world. And all free. The UK does pomp well. The Americans do too. The changing of the honour ...

Day 16: Burger, Bourbon, and Air

A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 16, 2014

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Before I begin today, I want to share a little fact I learned about my new home. When you mail something to Washington, DC, you put the DC in the state box of the address. That's all, no story, just wanted to make you all a little smarter. You're welcome, ha! I continue to swim in an ocean of fortune. If the place I started from is an island of details and certainty (metaphorically speaking), then today's stroke took me out of Olney and into ...