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Baltimore Penn Station48 min
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History of Chesapeake Bay Sailing Tour
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History of Chesapeake Bay Sailing Tour

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For history enthusiasts that want to uncover Baltimore's storied past, no trip is complete without learning about the Chesapeake Bay and its role in the city's maritime industry. With this sailing history excursion, you can cruise around Baltimore Harbor and learn how the waterfront relates to the city's development. Along the way, enjoy your guide's live commentary, pass top landmarks, and even find great vistas of the must-see Inner Harbor.
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Sean B wrote a review Sep 22
8 contributions
Alot of outdoor dining, roads, cut off. Had alot of outdoor music, very relaxing and enjoyable walking and shopping
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MarkinMyTerritory wrote a review Jun 2020
11 contributions1 helpful vote
Not as nice as it used to be, but still ok on an off nite. Not much there anymore since the developers and homeowners assoc drove off the charm. Remember how old it is and forget the present and you'll enjoy it. Lots of drunks. Poor parking. Congested on weekends.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Claire H wrote a review Mar 2020
Casselberry, Florida44 contributions4 helpful votes
Great area to go for a night out. Lots of fun bars and restaurants. Definitely a great place to go if you're in town for 1 night.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jcyflower wrote a review Mar 2020
Kettering, Ohio74 contributions8 helpful votes
Great walk around, covered several blocks in every direction. Quiet pier this time of year, some young adults and a few seagulls; shops were okay, not as many as I thought there would be but lots of bars and eateries.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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MarylandButterfly wrote a review Mar 2020
MarylandButterfly14 contributions15 helpful votes
I visit Fell's Point in Baltimore Maryland several times a year. I arrive early and eat the "Sweet Baby Jesus" at the Blue Moon Cafe. I then purchase Polish sausage from one of the Polish markets and put them in a cooler in my trunk. Fell's Point was the Polish section of Baltimore. Then I shop along the water or on Broad street. I spend at least an hour browsing for records at The Sound Garden. Then I have lunch at Ekeban restaurant or during the summer I eat a back fin lump crab cake from one of the many restaurants serving Chesapeake Bay crabs. Being from Maryland, I know that Chesapeake Bay blue crabs are only available during May, June, July and August. I sit on a bench by the water and people watch or I take a water taxi to the Harbor and walk up to Fort McHenry. I walk back to Fell's Point and stop in the Italian section for cookies and ice cream at Vaccaros. Then I watch the sunset from someplace close to or on the water and take my time walking back to my car to avoid rush hour traffic.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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