1840s Carrollton Inn

50 Albemarle Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202, United States
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Baltimore to DC and back on Saturday

by mszimm7

Will be in Baltimore on business thru Friday afternoon and would like to visit DC on Saturday. What is the best way to get there and back? Sounds like the MARC runs only during the week. Any other public transportation? Thanks!

Re: Baltimore to DC and back on Saturday

by olddude

If you can get to BWI, you can take the Metro Bus to Greenbelt Metro Station and then take the subway into DC. Metrobus does run on the weekend and I believe the fare from BWI to Greenbelt is only $3. Here is a trip planner link for you:

http://www.wmata.com./

Just put in where you will depart from (BWI), the date and time you want to leave, and where you want to go in DC and the site will tell you which stops and changes and how much the fare is.

Re: Baltimore to DC and back on Saturday

by gamma28md

Light rail to BWI airport then the B-30 bus to Greenbelt ($3)- pick up the Metro Greenline there. Going the other way- get a transfer when you get ON the Metro and the bus will be $.65.

Travel Tips for Baltimore

Go to Camden Yards and the...

by Kay_C

Go to Camden Yards and the nearby Inner Harbor. Haven't been to an Orioles game at Camden Yards yet, but was able to watch the Superbowl there and I'm looking forward to coming back for a game - the stadium is awesome.

Lastly, here is a shot of the...

by Mindjob

Lastly, here is a shot of the marina in Baltimore. It was nice walking around here, looking at all the boats and eating outside. We also took in a museum that feature works by mentally disturbed patients.

Poe's Grave

by grandmaR

In 1957, I customarily took the trolley car to my summer job at the University of Maryland hospital cafeteria. When I got off at this corner, I could see the tomb of Edgar Allen Poe - the cemetery's most famous resident as I passed. The stone dates from 1875, when the money for it was raised by a group of local school children.

There is a lot of mystery about Poe. Did he die of drink, exposure, suicide, cholera, rabies, syphilis,or was he poisoned? Who is actually buried under Poe's grave? Originally Poe was buried next to his grandfather - General Poe. There is some speculation that in 1875 when the tombstone was installed, that the wrong body was dug up and moved.

Who is the mysterious Poe Toaster who visits the grave in the early hours of Poe's birthday, January 19th? The man, described as an elderly gentleman draped in black with a silver-tipped cane, has knelt at the grave for a toast of Martel cognac every year since 1949. He leaves the half-full bottle and three red roses

When I was going up to the dentist and to visit my mother before she died in 2006, I got this picture from the roof of the parking garage. It shows the grave sticking up from behind the brick wall. The 1786 cemetery was the final resting place of many notable Baltimoreans (in addition to Poe) including James Calhoun (first Mayor of Baltimore), Edward Johnson (another Baltimore mayor), John Crawford (founded the Baltimore Dispensary), James McHenry (signer of the Constitution), Samuel Smith (Senator and Col in the Continental Army), John Stricker (General in the War of 1812), Robert Smith (secretary of the Navy under Jefferson) and merchants Robert Purviance, William Buchanan, and David Stewart.

A large portion of the graveyard can only be reached by way of the catacombs underneath the building. It is here where the ghosts including the ghost of Poe are said to walk.

Westminster Burying Ground and Catacomb Tours:

April-July: 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month. (Reservations are required as tours may be canceled for insufficient enrollment.) Special tours may be arranged for groups of 15 or more people.

Admission: Free to the grounds but there is an admission for the tour.

509 W. Fayette St.
Baltimore, Maryland, 21201

Pam Shriver Tennis Classic

by Ewingjr98

Pam Shriver is a Baltimore native and a former top-ranked tennis player. During her career she won 133 top-level titles, including 21 women's doubles titles and 1 mixed doubles title at Grand Slam tournaments, and a gold medal at the 1988 Olympic Games.

Annually since 1986 Pam Shriver has held the Pam Shriver Tennis Classic in Baltimore, a charity event that brings junior players, top-tier professionals, and local non-tennis sports stars. I attended the 2008 event which featured stars Elena Dementieva and Serena Williams. Only about 7,000 people paid the $25 or more per seat, but the event did raise over $150,000. Dementieva beat Williams, then they teamed up with Orioles Garrett Olsen and Adam Jones in a mixed doubles match.

Previous tennis stars of the tournament include Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Anna Kournikova, Lindsay Davenport, John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Monica Seles, and Andy Roddick. Other stars who have played in this tournament are Julius Erving, Kenny Rogers, Cal Ripken, Jr., Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Alomar, Brady Anderson, Tony Siragusa, B.J. Surhoff, Mike Bordick, Trent Dilfer and Shannon Sharpe.

The event is held in Baltimore's 1st Mariner Arena.

Hollywood Diner (from the movie "Diner")

by yoshamus

The Hollywood Diner was used as the major setting for Barry Levinson's great movie about growing up in Baltimore --"Diner". It is only open monday through friday for breakfast and lunch, but it is worth a pilgrimmage if you liked that classic movie. It is located at 400 E. Saratoga Street .

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Address: 50 Albemarle Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202, United States