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Why not walk in the steps of great men from the past and present and visit one of America's best universities and a continuing source of pride to Marylanders. While there, visit its Peabody Institute that rivals, some say, NY and other states known for...More
Unfortunately due to time restrictions we were only able to drive through this beautiful campus, it was a rainy day but we were still able to appreciate the beautiful red brick buildings and nicely manicured garden areas. The Baltimore Museum of Art is located within...More
The Johns Hopkins Club is certainly worth joining as it has wonderful food and is quite inexpensive. It was built many decades ago as a faculty club; it has transformed into an Alumni Club but is open to anyone who wants to join. It is...More
Saw the women’s college lacrosse championship final four semi final games at Homewood Field recently. Nice turf field made for lacrosse. Good size stadium and not a bad seat in the house. Had a blast, always helps when one of the games goes to triple...More
Johns Hopkins University is a wonderful university. Very beautiful campus. My daughter attends and loves it there.
It is Johns Hopkins University not The Johns Hopkins University - look at their website.
Take the free purple bus on the northern route and you will see a lot of the buildings. If you want to get off for a closer look, make sure you can get back to the stops before evening. They don't run all night. Check...More
When walking thru campus I wish the intelligence of the professors and even the students could be transferred to me. This is an internationally known and respected university. Not everyone can go here, grades might be a problem.
The closest to the university is the Inn at the Colonnade - A Doubletree Hotel, at 4 W University Pkwy, Baltimore, MD 21218. It is directly across the street from the campus. Nice place and very convenient.