Oakwood At The Munsey

Address: 7 N Calvert St, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202, United States | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Baltimore

Arrived

A travel blog entry by ruthboltman on Aug 11, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

After a LONG flight, Melb-Syd-Dallas-Baltimore, we arrived Sunday night at 9.30, got to the hotel, then went for dinner. We got back to the hotel room, showered and were in bed by 12.30am. We were all then awake by 5am....

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Home sweet home?

A travel blog entry by eri_miri on Dec 03, 2013

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We made it back Baltimore. We were stuck on the ground in Denver an extra hour for de-icing. That's what you get for traveling in the winter. It really was a great trip. Returning to normal life tomorrow will be difficult. I can't wait until our next ...

Luis Guzman sent you an invitation

A travel blog entry by luisguzman on Aug 06, 2013

Luis Guzman sent you an invitation Twitter helps you stay connected with what's happening right now and with the people and organizations you care about. Accept invitation https://twitter.com/i/fa3344b9-f5d2-4ab e-8d2c-27e743c6fef4 ------------------------ This message was sent ...

Movie locations in a beautiful city

A travel blog entry by tonestar on Aug 04, 2013

21 photos

... standing there on such a nice day. This monument was also featured in ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ in the scene after Meg Ryan hears Tom Hanks’s phone call on the radio and she and Rosie O’Donnell discuss it walking down some stairs. It was really cool to stand there and know such a classic film was shot right here.

Keeping with the movie locations, I walked through the downtown area to the wharf and historic district which ...

Chapter Four: Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

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... a variety of rich green foliage and shrubbery carved into shapes of divine beauty with Edward Scissorhands-like perfection. The scenery surrounding the lawn was made up of quaint sidewalks, stairways and stone paths leading quietly from building to building. These pathways had obviously been crafted with the utmost care, utility and aesthetic respect. Above was a translucent-blue with patches of clouds that held just a hint of light gray, and below a green so dark and lush it ...