1840s Carrollton Inn

50 Albemarle Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202, United States | Hotel
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Game 25: I Love a Rainy Night

A travel blog entry by pattycake_4

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Despite trying to stay up late and catch up on my blog I fell asleep and slept in. Dawn, Chris and I met with Uncle Chuck and Aunt Mary at Famous Dave's (for anyone who knows the damage I did to the trash can lid meal at State Track, rest assured, I did not make a pig of myself this time). After a quick visit with Chuck and Mary at their place we headed back to the Iveners'. Our plans were originally to leave at 4 but then we decided a quarter till ...

Baltimore Day Two

A travel blog entry by welltravelled67

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... all of our families together. I can't begin to put in words how special this time was. I think the kids thought we were crazy, everyone talking at once and all that laughing and carrying on! The place we had lunch at was gorgeous - all Christmas decorated and the food was amazing. After lunch Cheryl had to go home. It was ok saying goodbye as I knew I would see her again in a weeks time. Otherwise it ...

Luis Guzman is still waiting for you to join Twitt

A travel blog entry by luisguzman

... by Twitter on behalf of Twitter users who entered your email address to invite you to Twitter. Unsubscribe: https://twitter.com/i/o?t=1&iid=925fe34 4-c5ab-4288-93e8-34df 9f3c4aa6&uid=0&c=WpYZx6kwWJoN72ePjB%2Bx gOPhNQ3oqbEmKK7OIFclJ ho%3D&nid=67+26+20130810 Need help? ...

Movie locations in a beautiful city

A travel blog entry by tonestar

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... leave for her parent’s house for Christmas.

Afterwards I walked back through to downtown and back to my hotel area. I saw my last movie location from ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ which is The Hollywood diner used as a pit stop for Meg Ryan to get coffee at while Tom Hanks’s phone call is on the radio.

I had Chinese for dinner, take out of course as I was watching ‘The Bachelorette’ finale live which ...

Chapter Four: Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn

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... out of Maryland, through New Jersey, and then onward through a congested mid-afternoon New York City. The further I drove North, the more expensive the tolls became. In Maryland, the least expensive toll was a mere $0.50, and the most pricey was after I had made it through the bulk of New York, at $18.00. I cursed at the toll station attendant as she lifted up the security barrier to allow me through, but she was apathetic. She probably got cursed at all day. I'm fairly certain I ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Jonestown area of Baltimore, is near Port Discovery, Star-Spangled Banner Flag House & 1812 Museum, Phoenix Shot Tower, and Center for Urban Archaeology.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews 1840s Carrollton Inn Baltimore

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding