BridgeStreet Lancaster Square

Address: 724 S. Wolfe St., Baltimore, Maryland, 21231, United States | Villa
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Location

This villa, located in the Fells Point area of Baltimore, is near Fell's Point Visitor Center, Fell's Point, Fell's Point Maritime Museum, and Minas.
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Travel Blogs from Baltimore

Baltimore

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 14, 2014

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... Our hostel was quiet when we were there and it was in an old mansion, which was kind of cool. We went out to dinner and bought a bottle of jaeger, then went out to see what the nightlife had to offer here. It would have been hard for me to sleep at night considering my normal sleeping patterns were 3 hours behind here, it made sense to at least go out for a bit at night. We walked about 40 minutes to this bar where supposedly Edgar Allen ...

Cards & Crabs

A travel blog entry by m-m on Oct 15, 2013

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... Baltimore where we spent the day walking around and admiring many refurbished old wharf buildings, yachts in the marina, as well as retired US navy ships (including a submarine) in the harbour front. Lunch came around quickly and as recommended by many, we found our way to a restaurant serving fresh Baltimore crab - we were completely satisfied!
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Gettin' Ready

A travel blog entry by edmann on Oct 01, 2013

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... assistance to these guys. Kiley will spend the weeks at Aunt Susan's who will provide the meals and subcutaneous fluids. (Believe me, it's much better than it sounds - Kiley loves being solitary.) Lotta and Prince Harry will come with us as we head to our first stop in Harpswell, Maine and Aunt Cynthia's Sugar Shack. As the guard once told Lucy, "You musta have de passaport." Gotta remember to pack that. Two days until ...

Chapter Four: Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jul 11, 2013

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... of water. The next morning after our final lesson, we were provided with two big pieces of poster-board and asked to write down one word per person on each board. One board was "things I will take with me," and the other was "things I will leave behind." This was to be expressed in a single word. On the board that was dedicated to things that we would chose to take with us, I wrote "people." On the board for things being left behind, I wrote "fear." At noon we all said our ...

Chapter Three: Children

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

3 comments, 11 photos

... and saw that she was beautiful. She made eye contact with me and smiled. And so I smiled. The contagiousness of a baby's smile is well-documented, and is similar to that of a yawn's propensity to hop from one person to another. It is impossible for a human being (sociopaths excluded) to not smile when seeing a baby smile. It's one of nature's laws. As I sat down on the couch with smiling Simone, Stef's wishes for an amusing moment of male incompetence quickly vanished ...