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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.
Answer this1 AnswerYou can see the fireworks at The Inner Harbor in Baltmore, and you can stay at the Baltimore Marriot while you're there, it is close!
Answer this1 AnswerThat's easy. Take the Marc train from Union Station in D.C. to Camden Station, located just next to Camden Yards and in Baltimore's Inner Harbor section. The journey takes just over an hour. You can also ride the Penn Line to Penn Station, also in central B'More.