Mt. Washington Conference Center

Address: 5801 Smith Avenue Suite 1100, Baltimore, Maryland, 21209, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Mt. Washington area of Baltimore, is near Robert E. Lee Memorial Park, The Store, Ltd, Ruth Shaw, and Baltimore Clayworks.
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      Cards & Crabs

      A travel blog entry by m-m on Oct 15, 2013

      4 photos

      ... much driving we have actually done to date – some 19,000+kms.

      The afternoon/ evening was spent watching a bit of football and playing two new card games – 31 & garbage. These were great card games and we look forward to playing and passing these onto others back home.

      The next morning we visited the downtown ...

      Chapter Four: Road Trip!

      A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

      74 photos

      ... and went bravely forward along the separate but parallel paths of our individual journeys.

      I packed my things back into my Toyota Corolla, said goodbye to my new friends and headed back onto the road with my grainy, blotted-out map and directions that would tell me how to get to my next destination: Hershey, Pennsylvania. This was the shortest drive of my trip, and should have been a mere six hours, but ended up taking over nine hours due to relentless traffic and my ...

      Chapter Three: Children

      A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... during a sleepy autumn morning, an aroma deeply comforting and profoundly sad simultaneously. It speaks to your nose of nature's ancient secrets, but only with the most fleeting of quick glances. To see it all at once would mean death, I assume, so the universe bestows these gifts in bite-sized increments. I have learned not to question them, but instead to revel in them. I expect to do quite a bit of this sort of reveling during the 2,000+ mile solitary road ...

      Changing of the Guard

      A travel blog entry by ironhide502 on Dec 30, 2012

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... 2:30 pm it was bloody freezing, I was glad I had gloves on. Arlington is a military operated cemetery, and you have to be a somebody to get in here, but they have around 20 funerals a day here. Mainly ex war Hero's or serving soldiers. It is massive and you could spend hours just trying to find one plot so we decided to expedite that and grab a tour they run. It took us past all the famous sites like ...

      The Charm City - an unexpected gem

      A travel blog entry by lecklund on Oct 22, 2011


      ... and felt safe as the streets are very well lit. I am in a hostel, in a 10 bed female dorm at $25 per night including tax and pancake breakfast (I hate pancakes... so it is wasted on me!( but free coffee and internet as this is what I am doing now as I do laundry. My Samsung Galaxy tablet is good, but is so touchy when I keyboard that it takes me a long time to go back and correct my mistakes, hence my slowness is getting this blog up to ...