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commute from towson, md to bolling afb

by toothfairysr

I'm planning on doing a 5-week externship at the bolling airforce base in DC. My boyfriend lives in Towson..how painful will the commute be by car? How long during rush hour would it take? My hours are 7am-4pm. Thanks!

I'm used to long commutes. I go from NH to Boston everyday, which is 1.5-2 hours.

Re: commute from towson, md to bolling afb

by hobohayes

Greetings! Towson is north of Baltimore City, yet still inside the beltway. Your best bet for travel would be the Amtrac Train or the Metro Rail. Check the schedules and nearest station locations for departure time. Outside of that I would not advise driving by car.The worst drivers in the world all live in and around the D/C area. This equates to grid/lock on a daily basics. Without a doubt,you don't want to be in traffic between the hours of 7am and 5pm. I know, you still have to adventure out and see for yourself. That being the case, just keep your gas tank on full. What would normanally be a 1.5 hr. trip will probably take 2.5 to 4 hrs. Remember, I told you so. Good luck, Regards, Bob

Re: commute from towson, md to bolling afb

by littlesam1

It will be a long commute for you. Bolling is near Anacostia Virginia near Washington. I used to commute from Baltimore to Washington for my job. I used the MARC train line. You would probably have to use the MARC or drive to New Carrollton Maryland to catch the DC Metro. Traffic is a nightmare driving to DC. It is easy a two hour commute for less than a 50 mile trip. Check out the MARC website for train times from Baltimore. Then check out the DC Metro site to see which Metro line goes to Bolling. I live in Baltimore city but drove out into the country to an area called Halethorpe to catch the MARC when I commuted. The parking is free at Halethorpe and its about a twenty minute drive from downtown Baltimore. The parking at Pennsylvania Station in Baltimore is quite expensive.

Larry

Re: commute from towson, md to bolling afb

by lcat61

Rush hour traffic from Balto to DC is a nightmare. Good way to grow old fast. I lasted 3 weeks and could not take it anymore, then switched to the MARC train from Halethorpe.
http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/marc/

Travel Tips for Baltimore

We took in a horse race known...

by Mindjob

We took in a horse race known as the Gold Cup. It amazed me how these people could dress up in formal clothes to stand outside in the high heat and humidity! I'm from SF, where it's 'surf's up, baby!'

Federal Hill

by grandmaR

Federal Hill which is a neighborhood primarily of brick, late 19th Century homes overlooks the Inner Harbor. The picture is one I found hanging in my mom's house which purports to be of the view from Federal Hill in 1830.

One of my friends had a rehabbed home on Federal Hill. It is a federal historic district, and the northern portion has strict preservation and urban renewal requirements.

The Neighborhood of Charles North

by grandmaR

Charles North is bounded by Howard Street, Penn Station, St. Paul Street and 22nd Street

It mostly has a transient rental population with many commercial properties. Good things about the area include Charles Theater, antique shops on Maryland Ave., and a new shopping center at Howard and 21st streets.

The area grew in the 1880's and 90's as suburbs to downtown Baltimore. It appears to have been a middle to upper middle class neighborhood with North Ave. as a fine shopping area. The area changed greatly during World War II as the large houses were made into apartments.

One of the places of worship is the Seventh Baptist Church. This church has been chiefly notable in the past as the church of Richard Fuller. His biography says:

"In 1847 Fuller accepted the pastorate of the Seventh Baptist Church in Baltimore. He accepted the call on the condition that the church buy another piece of property and begin construction on a new building before he came. This they did and the church thrived, as mentioned earlier, throughout those turbulent years before and during the War. In 1871 Fuller led the church to build a building in the northwest part of Baltimore for the establishment of a new mission, the Eutaw Place Baptist Church"

He increased church membership to 1200 during his time at Seventh Baptist.

"Unfortunately, the event for which Fuller is remembered most today is his newspaper debate in the mid-1840's [before he came to Baltimore] with fellow-Baptist Francis Wayland over the subject of slavery in the Scriptures. The debate was published in the book Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution. Like George Whitefield, Richard Fuller was a slaveowner...."

Somewhat ironically, the church now is under the leadership of Michael Coles, the first African American pastor. Since 1996, he has taken pride in leading Seventh Baptist, a church that didn't allow black people to sit on its outside steps in the 1930s and 1940s.

North Central Rail Trail

by frankcanfly

I've been riding on this converted railroad trail for over ten years now. It begins near Hunt Valley, north of the city, and continues north to the Pennsylvania State line. Since the trail is not paved, bring along a spare tire.... and your own provisions.... maybe some toilet paper.

Fells Point Fea Market

by msisam

From April to October on the 3rd Sunday of the month, you can browse for several hours in the flea market in Fells Point (east of the Inner Harbor and Little Italy which are the nearby within walking distance neighborhoods. Good finds, nice location to other interesting shops and vistas along the inner harbor of Baltimore. There are lots of antique shops in this area if you are game for further shopping. I like the flea market most of all.

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