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by PrasadRallabhandi

I live in downtown Bethesda, but work at the Univ. of Maryland at Baltimore. Presently, I commute by car, and have a parking space at the Univ. garage. Due to the present steep spike in the gas prices, I am willing to go for carpooling.

Is there anyone who commutes to Baltimore fom bethesda and back, and is willing to carpool? Please let me know at e-mail address prallabhandi@som.umaryland.edu.


Re: PRallab

by bocmaxima

You should post this on the Craig's List Rideshare board for Baltimore.

There are other sites out there that hook commuters up (including, most likely, a local government organization), but this isn't one of them.

Travel Tips for Baltimore

THE Aquarium in the inner...

by azdenice

THE Aquarium in the inner harbor is great.The kids will love it.You should get there early lots of people vist.You can also take a short boat ride to Fort Mchenery,its really cool.Thats where Frances Scott Key wrote the star spangled banner.There are all kinds of stores,boats,historical sites ect.There are good places to eat to,most any thing you think of they have.I don't know about hotels,we did day trips.It is a really great place!!!!!!!!! I would say I liked eating out side and watching the boats an people go by.Very relaxing.....

View from Canton

by littlesam1

Here is a view of the Baltimore skyline from Canton. This part of the city was once all water front warehouses and not very attractive. Many of the warehouses have been renovated and are now loft apartments and offices. Much of the area has been cleared out, cleaned up, and ready for photography.

SNOW CONES (When it's Hot it Hits the Spot)

by grandmaR

Many people have snow cone stands in their front yards or out in front of stores. They are simply a paper cone of shaved ice with some flavor of syrup poured in for color. They aren't expensive, so I got my grandson one. I don't know what flavor blue is (blueberry?)

He has blue lips, but he's not cold.

The expensive part is getting the ice shaving machine, which can range from a couple hundred dollars to over one thousand dollars. The first 'ice shaver' was perfected in New Orleans in 1934.


* 1 envelope of any flavor of kool-aid (unsweetened)
* 1 cup of sugar
* 1/2 cup cold water
* 2 quarts(8 cups) finely crushed ice

Place Kool-Aid mix into a small plastic pitcher or bowl. Add cold water; stir until drink mix and sugar are dissolved. For each serving, pour about 1 tablespoon of the drink mix over 1 cup of ice.

Shaved/crushed ice sno-cones are distinguished from Italian ices because the flavor is added at the end at the point of sale, whereas water ices are flavored as the ice is made.

Orioles Baseball

by grkboiler

The Baltimore Orioles play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. This ballpark is one of the best ballparks in all of baseball. It is fan-friendly, the seating area is well designed, and the atmosphere is amazing. Capacity is just under 49,000.

The Orioles play in the American League East, so division rivals include the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.

When at the stadium, check out Eutaw Street, the area between right field and the warehouse. It is open every day, but closes at 3 PM for night games and reopens at 5 PM. You will find concession areas and shops here. Try to look for the bronze baseballs embedded into the sidewalk to mark the spot of home runs clearing the park. You will also see the Babe Ruth statue and monuments commemorating retired numbers in Orioles history.

The warehouse's official name is B & O Warehouse. It is the longest building on the east coast at 1,116 ft, but only 51 ft wide.

An interesting fact is that center field of Oriole Park was once the location of the bar and that Babe Ruth's father once owned and the family's residence. Good seats and tickets for good games will be hard to find. You might want to find a scalper or ticket broker if you want good seats. If you don't care where you sit, you shouldn't have a problem getting in for most games. Ticket prices range from $8 - $40.

Baltimore Zoo

by Jabberjenn

The Baltimore Zoo is a great place to visit, and the only reason I listed it as "off the beaten path" is because you will need to take some form of transportation to get there from the Downtown/Inner Harbor area (although it is only a few miles away from the downtown area!) If you wish to drive, don't fret...parking is free!

The Baltimore Zoo is opened every day, year round. Of course, a great day at the zoo depends on the weather, so you really need to plan accordingly. It really is no fun to walk around the zoo in the very cold winter months, but on that same note, the hot and humid summer days of Baltimore can lead to an equally disappointing visit.

Because our summers in Baltimore are often accompanied by very very humid days, many of the animals stay hidden in their nooks and crannies to avoid the blazing sun. However, because the zoo is opened each day, you can make a last minute decision on when to visit the zoo based on the weather.

The zoo opens every day at 10:00 a.m., and this is usually the most crowded time, as many schools, day care centers and youth groups visit at this time. I'd recommend visiting the park anytime after 12 noon, as most of these groups need to leave before school hours end. The park closes weekdays at 4:30, and I have found the hours between 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to be the least crowded. Just remember, the gates close 1 hour prior to closing time. (Closing time on the weekend is 6 p.m.).

The Baltimore Zoo boasts several distinct sections....with everything from African animals to Polar Bears and penguins. Don't forget to visit the Reptile House! Food stands can be found throughout the zoo, as well as shaded areas and picnic tables to take a break from all that walking! A free tram that takes weary visitors from the African village to the main entrance is also available!

The Baltimore Zoo is one of the many attractions in Baltimore that appeals to the young as well as the young at heart. Be sure to visit the zoo on your next visit to Baltimore!


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