Try Baltimore

DC boasts historic buildings, and Philadelphia offers non-stop traffic, but Baltimore has the Inner Harbor. There’s hardly a better place to spend a warm, clear Saturday than in this corner of Charm City–especially if you’re with people you love.

"Fountainheads", by Ted Ludwiczak

We tooled down in the early afternoon for a joint birthday celebration, devoured seafood and checked out the American Visionary Art Museum. A great day.

2 thoughts on “Try Baltimore

  1. I was born and raised in Baltimore. I recall watching the tallest building in Baltimore (on the harbor) go up from the 5th story window of my grandmother’s apartment. The railroad museum and aquarium are also wonderful attractions, as well as Mr. G’s steak subs and ice cream (a local tradition). Thanks for the memories Bro. Dan!

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