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The address you provided is about 10 miles outside of Baltimore, situated around plenty of shopping and dining locations. No matter where you are staying, personal safety is a priority so stay aware of your surroundings at all times, especially if traveling alone.
You're not going to find much golf in downtown Baltimore, though of course you do have the aquarium, Camden Yards, and other attractions of the Inner Harbor. If it's not too late, I might suggest Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay area. Maybe somewhere like Harbourtowne on St. Michaels or the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Hotel in Cambridge, MD.
Answer this3 AnswersIf you've got kids, go to the aquarium--great stuff, and in a scenic part of the city (albeit a rather manufactured section). Otherwise, Fells Point is a great old-school harbor area with fun restaurants/bars, while Little Italy has amazing Italian food.
You can check with the local tourism board about companies offering tours to D.C., though myself, I'd just hop on the train to Union Station in D.C. and explore on your own steam. It's a very easy commute (about an hour) and doesn't cost much.