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Review for A BETTER PLUMBER wrote by andrea
Rating: 11111
Pros: very nice staff. very knowledgeable plumbers . will use every time. best plumbing company by far
Cons: there are no cons.
Comments: plumber was very honest with what my plumbing issue was. i didn't have a ton of money to spend and with A BETTER PLUMBER i didn't feel like i was ..
Review for EXPERT HOME IMPROVEMENT wrote by al
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Pros: Great people working and customer service
Comments: This is a great resource for DIY clients like me or contractors. From windows to decks to design this site if full of useful information. Highly recommended!
Review for Half Note Lounge wrote by Selene
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Comments: Very grown and sexy you will have a ball...trust this NYer! its the bomb!!
Review for Mack's Rock Bar wrote by Debora
Rating: 11111
Comments: phone # out of service
Review for Fat Daddy Saloon wrote by P
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Pros: Excellent crowd and DJ, plus patio out back for for smoking. No cover charge ever. Oh yea more importantly cheap cheap drinks..lol!!
Cons: Parking is pretty tight, I reccomend arrival by 10PM at most.
Comments: One of my favorite Saturday bars in Laurel, after your first visit I guarantte you'll become a weekly Patron like my friends and I.
Review for Sakura Japanese Steak Seafood wrote by Lisa
Rating: Half Rating1111
Pros: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
Cons: I will never step foot in this dirty, mismanaged restaurant again. The HOST went out of his way to make us feel unwelcomed and then proceeded to seat us ..

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Frederick, Maryland is truly a crossroads for the state of Maryland. There are few places that have more history than Frederick, Maryland but it is not just Maryland's museum. In the summer there is nothing like taking in a baseball game at Harry Grove Stadium. Some of major league baseball's biggest names began with the Keys so you are truly watching tomorrows stars today. There are some great shops downtown on Market Street and Patrick Streets. There are also some really great restaurants to satisfy your taste pallet. If you just want a peaceful moment to yourself there is Baker's Park right downtown. You never feel that you are in the second largest city in Maryland no matter where you are. But what really makes Frederick, Maryland the place to go is its history. Originally called Fredericktowne its rich history goes all the way back to the French and Indian War. During the American Civil War, Frederick, Maryland was the cross roads of battle. From being the place that the Maryland legislature proposed going to to vote on secession before Lincoln placed them all in jail and kept Maryland in the union, and also Lee's stopping point to regroup before Antietam, to being the site of the battle that saved Washington on the Monocacy River, Frederick, Maryland is history. Today you can follow the Civil war trails in downtown Frederick, tour the Monocacy battlefield or take a tour of the National Museum of Civil War medicine on Patrick Street. If history is your thing you can truly immerse yourself in it at Frederick, Maryland. Finally when it is time to turn in after a day of adventure Frederick, Maryland has some great places to stay for the night. Frederick is truly America's and Maryland's crossroads. Don't miss it.

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