Expert Travel Advice to Baltimore

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  • Anonymous user answered:
    Baltimore's popular Inner Harbor area features lots to do with kids, including the National Aquarium, baseball's Camden Yards, the USS Constellation, even a trapeze school. For more ideas, check out Away.com's Baltimore Family Guide at: http://vacation.away.com/Maryland/travel-v2-cid2364-Baltimore-cid350262-Family-vacations.html Hope this helps! Alistair, Away.com
  • Anonymous user answered:
    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.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Plenty of spooky goings-on in Baltimore this coming halloween -- this is where Edgar Allan Poe is buried, after all. There's a halloween gathering at the Baltimore Poe House and Museum, and no doubt some creepy seances at the place where Poe is buried. To further get in the ghoulish mood, Baltimore Ghost Tours (www.baltimoreghosttours.com) offers a number of walks on October 31, most notably the Fells Point Haunted Pub Walk. In fact, Fells Point's annual halloween gathering is the place to be for some serious "adult-themed" halloween fun.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    If 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.

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