Harbor was great many activities and restaurants , alot of site seeing, never a dull moment , we took advantage of places to eat and visit
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Definitely a wealthier section of the city. It was nice to be able to walk along the water. It seemed very safe as police on bicycles monitored the crowds. Lots of restaurant choices. Lots of shopping opportunities. Ft. McHenry is closeby. The National Aquarium is...More
To be fair, we visited Baltimore during the hottest time of this year (heat index 100+), add the fact that I am from Cleveland and would just as soon NUKE THE CITY FOR STEALING THE BROWNS and whose populace just SIT AROUND ALL DAY AND...More
Much has changed, the construction offers many more attractions when complete. Still enjoyed numerous restaurants, and views.
Within walking distance from Day Inns Inner Harbor Hotel. Lots of things to see and do; the ships, shops including Marshall store. Many restaurants there and we ate at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Its' delicious.
You feel the old Baltimore charm mixed w all types of choices for eating, strolling, biking, skating---and if you have the time go to Pier 6 concert or take a blanket to Federal Hill and just listen!
I went for business and ended up doing a lot of tourist things as well. Food at Phillips Sea food was great. Salad with Maytag Blue Cheese dressing was fantastic. Singer portraying Micheal Jackson in the common area was very good.. Only bad part was...More
The restaurants , attractions and people win me over every time. There is always something to do, you will never run out of options. Boat rides, paddling , movies on the hill for free and parks for animals are also pointers when thinking of the...More
Because I live in Baltimore City I know so so many places to go besides the Inner Harbor. Yes coming in to the city the Inner Harbor is a place to see. The Aquarium is fantastic to visit. It is so close to Little Italy,...More
My family and I visited the Inner Harbor this past weekend because it was within reasonable walking distance from our hotelI highly recommend tooling around here if you are staying at a downtown hotel and have the time. We walked around the Harborplace & The...More