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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      ... moved the city to join the resistance to British taxes, and merchants signed agreements to not trade with Britain.On February 7, 1904, the Great Baltimore Fire destroyed over 1,500 buildings in 30 hours, leaving more than 70 blocks of the downtown area burned to the ground. The building where the current hotel stands was burnt down in this fire. It was rebuilt as the site of the B&O railway headquarters. In 2008 a renovation of the ...

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      A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

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      ... Pittsburgh (Bob’s second favorite park), with views of the bridges crossing the Allegheny River; St. Louis’ Busch Stadium with its brick fašade and magnificent view of the Gateway Arch; and of course the Giants’ AT&T Park (Bob’s third favorite), with its gorgeous views of the San Francisco Bay and the siren call of McCovey Cove to left-handed hitters. There are several others as well.

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