Residence Inn Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium

Address: 830 Long Drive, Aberdeen, Maryland, 21001, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 830 Long Drive, Aberdeen, is near Bulle Rock Golf Club and Beechtree Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Aberdeen

    Philadelphia to Washington via Baltimore

    A travel blog entry by hcason on Oct 04, 2014

    13 photos

    ... journey to Washington DC arriving at 1600 and did a very brief tour before checking into our hotel. We are doing a full tour in the morning and will see more then, up to now we have not had any photo opportunities so have really only been out for dinner and that's about all for today. We have noticed that Washington is really clean and well looked after but there have been signs of a few homeless people ...

    Rain, Hail or Shine

    A travel blog entry by drcooper on May 29, 2014

    3 photos

    ... from the hard, industrial streets of DC into a European village with leafy streets, flower boxes, uneven undulating cobble stones and a locked canal! I'm transported to Holland, Brussels or Germany! The tone of the people is subdued and soft! I sat in a restaurant for I lunch and heard only my tables conversations! Very un American! I have dressed like I'm in Europe and love it! Shirts, sweaters, hats, scarves it's all so romantic! I clutch an umbrella, all ...

    Camden Yards and Our Nephew Bob

    A travel blog entry by lois.george on Jul 08, 2013

    5 photos

    ... first-base, four rows from the playing field, so close to the action that when a bat flew out of the hand of one left-handed batter, it was caught by a fan just in front of us. The ballpark felt so intimate that it was as though we were on the field with the players. Bob was in paradise, and for that one game, he was an Orioles fan, cheering a home run by Baltimore’s Matt Wieters and the defensive athleticism of their center fielder Adam Jones. Regrettably ...

    Chapter Three: Children

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... elementary school in question, I was greeted by a locked set of double doors that required screened entry. I breathed a reluctant sigh and pushed the little white button, which made a quick succession of popping sounds and then transmitted the tiny voice of the school's secretary, who was no doubt watching me on the security TV at the front desk. "Hello?" She sounded suspicious of me. I said "Hi, my name is Richard and I'm a substitute teacher. I don't know where ...

    Tourists in DC

    A travel blog entry by changandhammo on Jun 11, 2013

    47 photos

    ... could check out the birds and fish. The idiots over here call budgerigars, little parakeets; I let them know they have no idea. Saying that I might whack on the parakeet smugglers when I hit the pool tomorrow. We had a quick game of baseball at the local park and sent Cooper home to his Mom as fired up as possible, the little fella had a ball.
    Tomorrow is our final full day here, we'll finish of our shopping and have to pack to leave early on ...