Ramada Edgewood Hotel And Conference Center

Address: 1700 Van Bibber Rd, Edgewood, Maryland, 21040-1034, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1700 Van Bibber Rd, Edgewood, is near Sherwood Gardens and Jerusalem Mill and Village.
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    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Apr 30, 2015

    4 photos

    ... re-bar structures for concrete work. He reminesced that his favorite time as a construction worker was when he was on a job in Scranton, PA for 3 years. "They had lots of good bars-that was when I used to drink...but I blew out my back and had to quit." Chris told me that the Grove's shelter was only open at night when the temperature dropped below 32 degrees. Most of the year, he camped out in a secret spot. ...

    Day 12 Statue of Liberty & Friends Apartment

    A travel blog entry by lilytylerbatt on May 05, 2014

    4 photos

    ... we queued for tickets and went through security. The whole experience was chilling - the two memorials were huge square waterfalls each with a large hole in the middle. The names of the victims were engraved on the waters edge. My Favourite part of the site was the survivor tree which was the only original tree which survived the attack and now grows happily in between the two memorials. We had a quick look in the museum and ...

    Day 5 Baltimore & Capital Cities

    A travel blog entry by lilytylerbatt on Apr 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... before heading town to the gym where the concert was taking place. There was a supporting act before capital cities came on at 9. The band were amazing and I thoroughly enjoyed it despite not being that familiar with many of the songs. The trumpet player was particularly impressive. After the concert we were hoping to socialise with some of the others however everyone was either too tired or too far away. Bed was still a welcome ...

    Chapter Three: Children

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... into the world of the child, and the experience has vastly changed my life. I eventually went from a substitute teacher to working as a one-to-one in a Special Education classroom. Since those initial days of struggle and learning, I have worked in every possible capacity in the field of early childhood education, including both public and private schools as well as the home and community settings. I have been a teacher, a teacher's assistant, a home tutor, a mentor ...

    Chapter One: The Flood

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 11, 2013

    8 photos

    ... books of all kinds. True Crime, Adventure, Fiction, Spirituality, Philosophy, Education, Cultural Studies, etc. My suitcase bulged with the girth of thirty or so of my highly-prized books, and wouldn't zip up completely. Satisfied with the books that I had picked, I donated the remainder to Baltimore's local book exchange.

    2. A suitcase full of clothes.

    I am not a fashionable person, really, because I don't care for trends ...