Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore / White Marsh
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore / White Marsh
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore / White Marsh
Travel Blogs from Baltimore
... left a tip of 10 usd as our main meal would have come to 55 usd alone, had we had to pay for it. On checking the worldwide time, it was now morning of Poppy's birthday in Australia, so I text her as the signal had been bad so far, we just couldn't get any wifi signal on the train. We got back to our roomette about 9.15pm. Andy needed a poo, so I made him go use one of the vacant roomettes for that. I finished off my blog for the day and we transformed our roomette ...
... knew that Fort McHenry must be captured or destroyed if the British campaign was to be successful. He attacked the fort at dawn on the 13th. The Americans and British bombardment lasted for about 25 hours. Major George Armistead, Fort McHenry's commander, estimated later that from 1,500 to 1,800 shells and rockets were fired at the fort. At 2pm two shells exploded on the southwest bastion, killing two officers and wounding several gun crew members.
Around midnight ...
... lets themselves get to that point? The guy was known to the paramedics so I suppose he's a regular. We went back to Sam and Bruno's chilled out watching TV for a while and went to bed.
The next day we slept in, big time. The bed at Sammy and Bruno's was super comfortable and the room provided us with so much more space than at Susy's. To make the most of the day, we had a short walk around the harbour and up to the hill. By the time we'd ...
... to skip Graceland altogether, got my food and coffee and drove the hell out of Tennessee as fast as my Corolla would allow. The scenery changed drastically as my little car sped clunkily past the sign announcing my arrival into Arizona, where I would spend the majority of the drive that day. Tennessee had been a landscape of mountains and hills; a wasteland of storms and dark waters. Arizona was in sharp contrast to this, sporting little but dry, hot flat-lands that seem ...
... from the Major Leagues, is also replete with acts of grace, nobility, beauty and heroism.
Years ago when Bob was on vacation traveling from his home in New Jersey to California, Lois and I invited him to a Giants game at the West Coast’s most stunning baseball stadium, AT&T Park. We offered to get us all the tickets for the game. He was delighted by the general idea, but with the utmost tact he suggested that it might be best if he got the ...