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Retro Baltimore Trivia: What Baltimore hotel inspired Charles Dickens to write: ‘The most comfortable of all the hotels of which I had any experience in the United States.’

Charles Dickens stayed at a Baltimore hotel at Calvert and Fayette streets, and spoke most fondly about his time there. Which one was it?
Charles Dickens stayed at a Baltimore hotel at Calvert and Fayette streets, and spoke most fondly about his time there. Which one was it?(Baltimore Sun files)

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Here’s today’s trivia:

QUESTION: What Baltimore hotel did Charles Dickens once stay in that inspired him to write: “The most comfortable of all the hotels of which I had any experience in the United States.”

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