Hopkins Inn

Address: 3404 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Maryland, 21218, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 3404 St. Paul St., Baltimore, is near Baltimore Museum of Art, The Johns Hopkins University, The Homewood House Musuem, and Wurtzburger Sculpture Garden.
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        Traveling to Baltimore

        A travel blog entry by smacdaddy on May 20, 2015

        5 photos

        ... for dinner at Sabotinos, a very authentic Italian restaurant. After sipping some Red and some Garlic bread we closed out the evening and headed back to our hotel. On the way back we got a quick glimpse of Baltimore, even some of the rough parts and then dropped Tanner off at his living quarters across from JHU. We wrapped up day one and prepared for an early start tomorrow morning for Tanner's big ...

        Finest escort service I've ever used

        A travel blog entry by familymojo on Oct 31, 2014

        4 comments, 4 photos

        ... A-1 Escort Service did a great job. Kathleen, in the office, gave us very helpful advice. For example, she estimated that if we went at the service's earliest convenience, we'd end up waiting in the port over the customs agents' lunch hour - and paying the escort service during that time. So she rescheduled us for after lunch.

        Les, my escort, made the trip easy ...

        All aboard!

        A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 31, 2014

        2 comments, 33 photos

        ... used to chase off Confederate raiders.  By 1871 the ship had become almost obsolete and was used as a US Navel Academy training ship until 1893 and was also used as a training ship during World War II.  In 1955 the ship was brought to Baltimore and school children raised money to have it restored.  Since then it has sat in the harbor as an attraction of others to visit. The next ship was the Lightship Chesapeake ship which was built in 1930.  There were ...

        Paying our respects

        A travel blog entry by richandjanell on Oct 21, 2013

        4 photos

        Today we went to see some of the monuments in DC. The weather is suppose to start getting into the 50's after tomorrow so we want to see all the outside stuff while it is still warmer. It was a beautiful 67 today.

        We started with the Lincoln Memorial. It was a wonderful site to see the monument and ...

        Chapter Four: Road Trip!

        A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

        74 photos

        ... for an hour through the bare-visibility of an obnoxiously persistent TN thunderstorm, searching for a reasonably-priced room. I settled on a Days Inn and spent the night inside, watching the terrible Johnny Depp remake of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and eating Skittles and half of a disgusting peanut butter protein bar I had purchased somewhere in New Jersey. I had eaten so much greasy junk food during my road trip that I just couldn't bare to go back out into the ...