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... wind Ger up. Der a few trips down memory lane today. Anyway, the Ravens, who are named after the poem by Edgar Allen Poe who lived and died here won the Superbowl last year. So despite being pretty new are also pretty respectible. The $100 jerseys unsurprisingly looked ridiclous in a Tom Hanks Big kinda way but I did pick up a decent t-shirt. For names and numbers I had two choices - 27 (my favourite number) & Rice (boring name) or 5 (boring number) and Falcco ...
... the Ravens and MLB team the Orioles. It seems birds are popular in the city, the prestige university JHU has a football team the Blue Jays.
The only thing that you can not make out of birds is the crab-cake. Had that at the famous Bubba-Gump Shrimp restaurant...
The day ended with a dinner-performance show, the Medieval Times. The kids and the older enjoyed it a ...
You shall not fold your wings that you may pass through doors, nor bend your heads that they strike not against a ceiling, nor fear to breathe lest walls should crack and fall down.
- Kahlil Gibran, 1923
Suddenly, the walls around him cracked wide open and an endless void appeared in flickering, grey light.
- Ihsahn, 2001
June 9 -15, 2013 - Baltimore, MD
This last week marked a very important ...
... naive! What could go wrong?
First Week Itinerary
I will fly out of Philadelphia (PHL) to Rome, Italy (FCO). When I arrive in Rome I'm going to meet and have lunch with Flavia, who was my cousin's host when she studied in Rome last semester. Then, I will take a train in the afternoon to Bologna to meet with my Aunt Madalena. I will spend ...
... beautiful and a lot of fun especially during one of the numerous festivals. They convinced us that going there might be a nice backup plan if we couldn't get straight to Germany.
They had just returned from Thule Air Base in Greenland. Despite having bragging rights of being only 947 miles from the North Pole and apparently having giant rabbits as tall as your waist we were not convinced to visit there.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore
Elegant English hotel
I stayed at the Harbor Court almost a week before Xmas. It was a wonderful experience in every way. Beautifully decorated and elegant with a five story Christmas tree as well as a stately Menorah. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. They responded to my special requests and made my stay wonderful. I can't wait to go back.
What can I say? The hotel is gorgeous. I booked a room for my mother and sister who were in town for my birthday. They stayed two nights.
My wife and I stayed at the Harbor Court the weekend after Thanksgiving 2003. The Harbor Court is obviously a top-notch hotel and we were looking forward to staying here based upon the favorable TripAdvisor reviews that have been posted. I found what I considered a good rate via AAA ($170 per night) and booked the reservation. Upon check-in we were given a very nice room with a view of the adjacent brick building.
Came on a tight business schedule. Room, Staff, Food and Bar the best.
Will stay again and you can't go wrong.
One of the Best
We stayed at the Harbor Court (courtyard room) for 5 days over Labor Day this year. It was absolutely wonderful, attentive staff, helpful conciege, great valet. I could not get over how genuine and friendly everyone was. It was delightful time, we will definitely return. The best part...total quiet at night, no traffic noise, no hallway noise....perfect!
What a find! This hotel is perfect in every way. We stayed 2 nights.
The service is top notch.
Quiet oasis in the Inner Harbor
My family and I spent a long weekend here June 27-30, 2003 to see the Phillies play the Orioles at Camden Yards. The location is great; a 3-block walk to the stadium and the Inner Harbor is across the street.
Harbor Court is lovely; you feel that you are miles away from everything, yet you are in the middle of it all. The decor was very nice, the rooms comfortable and quiet and the staff very courteous and helpful. If you like peaceful surroundings this is the place for you.
It was a very crowded weekend in Baltimore, yet I was always glad to escape the crowd when I returned to Harbor Court. I actually felt like I was on vacation. I would recommend the Harbor Court to anyone who wants a little peace and quiet in the heart of the Inner Harbor.
The first time I traveled to Baltimore for a business trip I researched all the hotels by the harbor. The Harbor Court always got mentioned in major newspaper, magazine, and tour book articles, many touting the famous people who had stayed there because of the extraordinary service. Once I stayed there, I found it to be true. From the moment I drove my rented car into the semi-hidden enchanted courtyard entrance, I encountered a friendly and helpful staff. The location on the west side of the harbor gave uncluttered views of the water from the rooms and restaurants regardless of the floor (compared to other hotels that require 10th floor or above). Additionally, because of the location very few tourists walk by, making the views almost spirtual because of the lack of noise. The two restaurants are among the best in the city, regardless that they are in a hotel. I work in New York City near the Waldorf Astoria and the Harbor Court has many of the same qualities that make it a world class establishment. What surprises me the most is that the Harbor Court got listed 12th in Baltimore area on tripadvisor. It's among the best hotels in the country, not just in Baltimore.
Harborcourt Hotel is the place to stay when in Baltimore. The friendliest most courteous staff and the cleanest rooms. The lounge is also very nice.
Fantastic service all around
Turning up in 99 degrees heat for July 4th, we were very very pleasantly surprised to find a large well furnished room, great bathroom and gorgeous facilities. A very cosy bar that stayed open until we left (even though we were the last), swift and friendly service and prime location. Would return in a heartbeat.