Radisson Hotel At Cross Keys

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

5100 Falls Rd, (100 Village Sq), Baltimore, Maryland, 21210, United States
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys
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by marquis1989

can anybody please help me im going to a ravens game and im catching the train there i need to know which stop is closer to the stadium Baltimore penn station or
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You want Baltimore Penn Station. From there you can take the light rail system to the stadium. See this page for details (scroll down to the bottom): http://www.baltimoreravens.com/Gameday/Lacrosse/Stadium_Information.aspx

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Natty Boh

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Natty Boh is the nickname for National Bohemian - beer brand which was first brewed in 1885 by the National Brewing Company (whose other brands were National Premium and Colt 45) in Baltimore. Their slogan "The Land of Pleasant Living" referred to the Chesapeake Bay.

For a time, National's head Jerry Hoffberger also owned the Baltimore Orioles; Natty Boh was served at Memorial Stadium and became the "official" beer of Baltimore in the late 1960s

The company's mascot, the one-eyed, handlebar-mustachioed Mr. Boh, has been a recognizable icon since the 1950s. He is still a highly popular, especially in Baltimore, where it is considered an unofficial city mascot.

Even though the beer is now brewed in by Miller Brewing in North Carolina and distributed by Pabst, Mr. Boh still appears on all cans, bottles, and packaging; and merchandise featuring him can still easily be found in shops all over Maryland. Every time we go through the I-895 Tunnel, I see the Mr. Boh neon sign which currently sits atop the former site of the National Brewery building in Canton, Baltimore. The former brewery is now known as Natty Boh Towers and is rented out as apartments and offices.

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In packing for a trip to Baltimore, you can count on a few things. It will be cold, damp and windy in the winter. It can reach 47F/10C any time of the winter, but there will always be a week where the temperatures will hover right around freezing. With the nearly constant wind, those days feel pretty cold. You won't need long underwear, but you will need gloves and a winter coat. It can and does snow.
The summer, in contrast, is hot and humid. Expect near 100% humidity all the time, with temperatures above 90F/35C frequently. We hate it, but theevenings are nice.
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Address: 5100 Falls Rd, (100 Village Sq), Baltimore, Maryland, 21210, United States