Fairfield Inn & Suites Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... stuff! When the waited saw me bashing the crab's face in, he came over and politely taught us all how to eat them. Pretty simple when you know how. The waiter forgot about the rest of our order so we got free chips and crab cakes cuz it took so long. Winning! It cut $50 off the bill. We decided to walk home so that we could stop at a frozen yoghurt place for dessert. It is so so tasty, but so extremely full of sugar. Never ...
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... have to check in and out this many times too. I'm also over in Brooklyn so away from the main Manhatten action. And hostels aren't cheap on the East coast. This one in Baltimore ended up being $40 odd. For ******* Baltimore! Noone visits here! I spent a long time debating whether I'm better off cutting my stay from six nights to four and coming home two days earlier than planned. And that was when I thought the prices were in US$ but they were actually in euros! ...
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... 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. ...