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

Singing at the Cathedral

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Sep 06, 2015

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... we went back to the National City Church and practiced with the orchestra from 1:30-3:30. It was not perfect, and I was a little worried. Afterwards, Wanda and I walked to Panera to get an early dinner. We took the long way around, but it was a beautiful day to walk around DC.
We all got dressed up in our formal performance clothes. Then, Tim drove us to the National Cathedral. The church itself was fabulous! There were needlepoint ...

I spy with my little Eye

A travel blog entry by helenvds on Jul 05, 2015

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... in wwII for aerial reconnaissance and had a 95% return rate; one pigeon even got honored for services!) We had lunch at Carmine's, which we knew from New York, and weren't disappointed. Although as I write this at 10pm, I still feel full from our (late) lunch. Carmine's is a 'family sharing restaurant' and everything comes on large platters for 4 people. We split ways after lunch, with Alex and ...

Stop the plane I want to get off...

A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 05, 2015

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... for over a week. When we finally surfaced this morning, we ventured out to find food and get our bearings. We quickly discovered the travel agent (me) had booked a hotel in a very central location close to the White House and many museums. Just as well as we don't have the energy to walk far. They say the best way to eat is with the locals, so we bought lunch from a street food vendor and sat on the steps of the ...

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 ...

Last day in Washington DC

A travel blog entry by melrlewis on Jan 12, 2015

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... Capitol building. Both the houses were in session today and we made our way around the building to the visitors entrance for the tour. It was a beautiful building, fantastic architecture, lots of history (as you'd expect), awesome statues, paintings, frescoes, lighting etc... We got to see the original Supreme Court from 1800, the original senate .... Our tour guide is the font of all knowledge on US and other ...