SpringHill Suites by Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor

120 East Redwood Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202, United States | 2 star hotel
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    All aboard!

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 31, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... producing shot in 1892, when a new method of making shot made the tower obsolete. It re-opened for a brief period of production at the beginning of the1900's, and then closed for good a short time later. After a busy day of walking all over Baltimore it was time to pick up our luggage and check into our hotel.  We were ready to rest our bones!  We checked into our hotel and quickly realized it was not a place we wanted to stay.  We didn't feel safe and ...

    Chapter Four: Road Trip!

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

    74 photos

    ... treacherous. My original plans had included a visit to Graceland and an overnight stay in Nashville, TN so I could pay tribute to one of Rock & Roll's greatest heroes and wander around Musicland, but things didn't turn out the way I had planned. They never do. When I first arrived in the state of Tennessee, the weather had been beautiful and the landscape all around me was breathtaking. The clouds were like puffy white marshmallows that had been put into a microwave for a ...

    Chapter Three: Children

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... and unreal, what is right and wrong. With that knowledge comes the defeat of amazement and the discouragement of realization and of organic creativity. The knowledge that we instill in our children eventually transforms into an impenetrable wall of "no" and "never" and "not possible." The wonders that exist, and have always existed, on the other side of that bleak wall are ruthlessly murdered and their memory blotted out by the harsh "realities" that our culture has ...

    Chapter Two: Love

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 20, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... of my life. At one point I would most certainly have blamed her for this, but today I fully understand that I can only thank her. She was the catalyst. If not for her, I wouldn't be following my path today, and for that I owe her my life. Let's call her Miranda.

    To tell this story, I have to take you back quite a bit. Back to a time when the United States was on the edge of her darkest proverbial cliff, recoiling from 9/11. In those days ...

    Settling in to the American way of life

    A travel blog entry by changandhammo on May 16, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... and while Justin had to do some work, The Chang and I took it upon ourselves to give the joint a little bit of a spring clean (yes Deb and Kez don't be so surprised). After our housework we went for a stroll through the apartment complex with squirrels and chipmunks abound, we found the pool which unfortunately doesn't open until Memorial Day weekend ...