Quiet Places To Relax In Baltimore

Quiet Places To Relax In Baltimore

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Looking to escape from the city buzz? Relax and chill for a while by heading to these quieter locales in Baltimore.

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    A beautiful gem in Baltimore city. Don't miss this ! -- Gloria A via Foursquare
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    SO MANY FREE BOOKS. Every time I'm here it's something new. They also accept book donations. It's a great project and worth visiting. Make sure to wear a coat, it's cold inside in the winter. -- Rachel L via Foursquare
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    I love the services that I received and the staff was very accommodating. It's no wonder that they are on the Best of Baltimore list. I just wished I lived here or I would be coming regularly. -- Elisabeth Nyang via Foursquare
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    Though it serves as the research library for Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University, all of its volumes are available to the public, per the wishes of its namesake, an American entrepreneur. -- PureWow via Foursquare
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    Courtney is wonderful -- Sydney Lee via Foursquare
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    If there's parking available on the opposite side of Cathedral Avenue (in front of the Basilica), take it! It's free, and there are no time limitations (except during rush hour). -- Spam via Foursquare
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    Due to high demand of Weekend Brunch, no laptops on Sat and Sun until after 4pm. -- Mike Brenner via Foursquare
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    See Damion for a spa wrap treatment and Jezille for a facial. Phenomenal!! -- Glinda Harris via Foursquare
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    Mmmm- the Chai latte is delish... as is the breakfast bowl with sausage and harvest apple muffin! The books for sale was a nice surprise. -- Janet Van Huizen via Foursquare
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    Amazing crowd! Love the energy of the place--a little cold/industrial some time, but always a great poster, poem or book. and a co-op! -- David Carl Olson via Foursquare
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    You can follow the trail into the park and end up at the zoo or you can follow it along the Jones Falls River to the train station. I love this part of the trail through the forest of the park. -- Tracy W via Foursquare
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    Largest natural urban park in the area. Great hiking and biking trails -- John Reynolds via Foursquare
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