Hopkins Inn

3404 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Maryland, 21218, United States | 2 star inn
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John's Hopkins day 1

A travel blog entry by danwalsh


Day one in Johns Hopkins, the area where initial work had been undertaken into Rapid Response Teams in children's hospitals of America. I had an extremely short walk from the accommodation to the hospital passing 5 security guard posts along the way. After a tour around the hospital I spent the day shadowing the PICU nursing team and chatting to their nurse who responds to Rapid Response Team calls, their ...

Needles & Ink

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... he went to work. It lasted 80 minutes and did hurt but you kind of got into the groove of it after awhile. That's not to say I wasn't happy when it was over. I had no breaks or breathers and didn't check on progress, though you can sort of guesstimate the latter by where he is working on your body. Much like when I ride my bike up hills it I was very much of the mindset of 'you can rest at the top'. Afterwards it feels pretty tender, and hurts the most on top of ...

Chapter Four: Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn


... over the past half-decade. We had been talking about getting tattoos together for years, so it seemed an appropriate time to finally do it, a week before I was scheduled to leave for my cross-country road-trip to Dallas, where I would be flying out two weeks later to live in Nepal for ten months. This tattoo would represent three things: my sibling-hood with Chenoa, a memorial of Maryland, and the sounding bell announcing the start of a road trip that would take me through the ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

... hair - had also gone to Eckerd College, and in 2003 he hitchhiked across Canada with me. After that, he made himself into the "Baltimore Health Coach". Johnny used his knowledge to help people eat healthier,
organize their days better and have less stress, build loving relationships, and pursue their passions. He was about to wed Richele, a female health coach. Such a union would make them invincible.
Adam ...

Back to Baltimore

A travel blog entry by changandhammo


... in Aberdeen to check out the Ripken Baseball Complex, pretty impressive setup to cater for baseball players of all ages. Arrived at Justin's place in pouring rain about 1:30.
We rested up for a little while before deciding to take the car back a day early, we wouldn't be needing it anymore - the road trip was over 6000 miles, fair effort in just over three weeks. Our little Chevy was ...

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This 2 star inn, located in the Oakenshawe area of Baltimore, is near Baltimore Museum of Art, The Johns Hopkins University, The Homewood House Musuem, and Wurtzburger Sculpture Garden.
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