BEST WESTERN Baltimore West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is made me feel like I was on the set. Not many locations do this when you are standing there taking it all in but this location had me feeling like I was in this movie. It looked exactly the same as it did which is not always easy since it was filmed almost 7 years ago.
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Jessie spoke about their recent attempt to live in Tanzania. She said sadly, passionately, that she felt a white person there would always be viewed by the locals as a financial opportunity and not as a friend. I felt bad for her, and hoped I wouldn't encounter a ...