Holiday Inn Express Baltimore at the Stadiums

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1701 Russell Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21230, United States
Holiday Inn Express Baltimore at the Stadiums
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Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
6%
17
Terrible
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  • Couples81
  • Solo75
  • Business72

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SHUTTLE TO WASHINGTON

by CRUISERGIRL1

IS THERE A AIR SHUTTLE BETWEEN BWI/IAD? ON SUNDAY? OR IS IT JUST GROUND? THANK YOU.

Re: SHUTTLE TO WASHINGTON

by bocmaxima

There are no flights, no, unless you'd like a strange connection (like in New York). There is a direct ground shuttle available. http://www.baltimoretours.net/?event=offer.detail&offerId=741
Public transit between the two is complex and would take most of the day.

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Fell's Point - More fun than the Inner Harbor

by littlesam1

Baltimore's Inner Harbor is known world wide and its model has been used to revitalize inner city harbors all over the world. Most tourist coming to Baltimore want to see the Inner Harbor before they see anything else. Thats fine with us here in Baltimore, as long as you promise to check out some other more interesting areas that are also very tourist friendly. After a day with the kids at the Inner Harbor, treat yourself to an evening at a more adult friendly area in Fell's Point. Historically Fell's Point is one of the oldest parts of Baltimore dating back to the 1730's. Its historical old store fronts and cobble stone streets now are the homes of many shops and over 120 pubs. An afternoon or an evening pub crawl in Fell's Point is great fun and not overly expensive. Walk along the water front. Visit the shops. Check out the local micro brews and large assortment of imported beers that are available at the pubs. You will find street names like Thames Street and Shakesphere Street giving the area a bit of European feel.

Clapping hands at the end of the game

by sarams

When the game is over, the team that wins lines up on the field and they all give each other high fives. Wily Mo Pena won this game for the Red Sox with a grand slam, giving the players the opportunity to give their high fives.

Have a look at the submarine...

by sharkie

Have a look at the submarine USS Torsk This sub sank the last two enemy warships of WWII. After the end of the war it became a training sub, diving over 11,000 times. The first crew of the USS Nautilus was trained on this sub.

Lexington Market

by frankcanfly

Established in 1782, this Baltimore landmark claims to be the oldest continuously operating market in the United States. Lexington Market has more than 130 vendors selling fresh meat, produce, seafood, baked goods, delicatessen items, poultry, and food products from around the world. Faidley's Seafood's world famous crab cakes are available here.

At Lexington and Eutaw Streets.

Herring Run

by grandmaR

The Herring Run Watershed Association has an Eco-Day fund raiser every year.

[A run is a small stream or creek, often a shallow or intermittent tributary to a river. Also called regionally branch, brook, or kill].

They do stream cleanups at the eco-day, but they primarily have a 5K run (the other kind of running), and a walk.

In addition to the run, they also have exhibits on water quality, trash removal, sewage treatment, a swap meet, speeches and music. When I took this picture, they also had some mounted police patrol horses. We participated in this for two years by driving Bob's electric car and exhibiting it on the field and giving out literature.

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Address: 1701 Russell Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21230, United States