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Sometimes when I go to a new city I check online to see where the nearest ice cream shops are and other times I just get lucky, and stumble upon them. On a business trip I took a few years ago, I booked a hotel room (http://www.prlog.org/11996370-green-smoke-coupon-code-latest-working-coupons.html) with a hotels.com discount code and the closest ice cream parlor to the hotel was a place called Moxley’s. This place was located on Allegheny Avenue in Towson Maryland, just outside of Baltimore. It was a great place with some of the best ice cream and they also made their own, homemade ice cream cones, cakes, and other treats.
I recently returned to the Baltimore area on business and I was so excited to swing by this fantastic little ice cream parlor I found last time I was in the area. To my dismay, I learned that Moxley’s had closed. I was crushed. I don’t have any idea why this place closed. It was fairly crowded when I went there and seemed to be doing good business. It also had a lot of really good reviews (http://www.prlog.org/11996518-bh-cosmetics-coupon-codes-save-30.html) from customers online. Sadly, happy and loyal customers were not enough to sustain this business for whatever reason.
When I went online to try to find out what happened to this ice cream shop I couldn’t find any information on why they closed. All I was able to find were wonderful reviews from people that liked this ice cream shop (http://www.prlog.org/11996509-checks-unlimited-offer-code-50-off-coupon.html) just as much as I did. They had a great selection of flavors and even had some seasonal favorites like peach flavored ice cream in the summertime and pumpkin flavored ice cream around Halloween. There are reviews online from people that used to take their children there with people saying that it was their children’s favorite ice cream shop.
One thing that I did find in my online search for answers about what happened to this ice cream shop were some other locations. I don’t know if the other locations are open or not because I haven’t had a chance to go by them but I found an address on Eastern Avenue in Baltimore (http://www.prlog.org/11998277-tigerdirect-coupon-code-20-off.html) along with another location at the Timonium shopping center in Lutherville Timonium, Maryland. Next time I am in the area, I’ll have to check those out.