Holiday Inn Baltimore-Towson

Address: 1100 Cromwell Bridge Rd, Baltimore, Maryland, 21286, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Towson area of Baltimore, is near Hampton National Historic Site., The Senator Theatre, Fire Museum of Maryland, and Recher Theatre.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Baltimore-Towson

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Baltimore

Touring Got You Frazzled Attempt These Tips

A travel blog entry by findbun5 on Oct 20, 2014

... an Atm machine to your banking institution when you disembark from the flight. Sizeable financial institutions get far better trade rates than a person, so yanking funds out once you get you will discover a headache-free and cheap method to get the currency you will need. Before going anywhere, examine when you have some of individuals extra incentives miles on the visa or mastercard. These miles can help you spend less and you might not know that you may have ...

All aboard!

A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 31, 2014

2 comments, 33 photos

... just like the Chesapeake created.  It was a modern boat for it's time.  It was a smaller boat that only had a crew of 16 people.  During World War II the ship was painted gray and armed with cannons and was stationed at the entrance of Cape Cod.  After World War II it was sent back to Chesapeake Bay.  By 1965 a lighthouse was cheaper to maintain and required only 4 men.  This ended up replacing the ship on the bay.  Chesapeake has been ...

Living in The Wire

A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Aug 25, 2013

... Griffin from family guy in that classic fallen pose. A guy ran over and attended to him and got him to sit down on the curb. We all thought that was the end of it, but twenty minutes later the same guy walked into the same pole and this time fell backwards on his head with a resounding thud. It was a sickening sound. This time far more people rushed to his aid and called 911. I felt bad for the guy in a way, but at the same time I was kind of ...

Chapter Four: Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

74 photos

... 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 ...

Chapter Three: Children

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

3 comments, 11 photos

... for a child is a special kind of love that you could never really experience in any other form. It is unguarded and untainted; holistic in its purity and profound in its simplicity. In many ways, the child's eye view of the world is a sacred kind of spiritual intelligence that adults have come to disregard as immature or infantile - perhaps even as entirely false. When a small child plays in the mundane backyard of their parent's house, it is transformed into ...