Rachael's Dowry Bed and Breakfast

637 Washington Blvd. Baltimore, Maryland 21230, United States
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public transpo to National Aquarium..how?

by sweet_sentiments

hi.

i'll be coming from philadelphia and will be taking an amtrak to baltimore. how do i get to the national aquarium from the baltimore station of amtrak? is there a shuttle or bus going to and from the amtrak station to the national aquarium? sorry, i'm really clueless.

thanks in advance!

Re: public transpo to National Aquarium..how?

by ellielou

You should be able to take a regular bus. When you exit the train station in Baltimore, looking out at the world's ugliest piece of public art, go left, and catch a southbound bus.

If it's a nice day, and you're feeling like a walk, walking the the aquarium should take about 30 minutes or so. Just walk south until you hit Harborplace, and head east (to your left).

A cab from the train station to the aquarium should definitely be well under $10, unless they try to rip you off!

Let me know if you need other help!

Re: public transpo to National Aquarium..how?

by timessquare

Taking a taxi is the easiest.

If you don't want to take a taxi, the Light Rail takes you from Baltimore Penn Station Amtrak to Camden Yards the baseball stadium close to the Inner Harbor where the National Aquarium is located.
Here is a map.
http://www.baltimore.org/cmt_media/pdfs/base_map.pdf

Travel Tips for Baltimore

You always must visit the...

by Brinkley

You always must visit the Baltimore Inner Harbor. There is always something going on and things to see for the whole family,especially in the summer, in and around the Inner Harbor. Steamed crabs, public transportation,

DRAGON PADDLEBOATS

by LoriPori

I just have to say that I really enjoyed the sight of families enjoying the Inner Harbour paddling their way around on the colorful DRAGON PADDLEBOATS. There were the bright green and red dragonboats and the bright purple and yellow paddleboats. I coudn't find out anything about them, so I don't know how much it was to rent them, but probably it was by the hour. What a great way to spend the afternoon.
Update: I have since found out that the price for the paddleboats is $10.00 for half an hour.

Visit Sherwood Gardens

by grandmaR

We used to watch in the paper for when the bloom would be at peak in Sherwood Gardens - one of the premier tulip gardens in the world.

Some of the plants in the garden were collected from gardens of Colonial estates in Southern Maryland and date back to the 18th century. There are also numerous varieties of rare trees which comprised another aspect of Mr. Sherwood's particular interests. The garden is usually at its best toward the end of April and beginning of May. It is free and you don't need reservations to see it.

Go to a Ravens Game!

by AKtravelers

The Ravens moved to Baltimore in 1996 and have (almost) replaced the long-lost Colts in the hearts of Baltimore football fans. Winning the Super Bowl in 2000 helped, and since then it has been difficult to get tickets to Ravens games in advance. However, if they're having a miserable season (as they are when I'm writing this), you can probably get tickets from a ticket holder who opts out of the game.
That's what happened to me for the December 3, 2007 Monday Night game against the Patriots. The Patriots came into the game 12-0 while the Ravens were 4-8 having lost 6 straight games. No wonder the oddsmakers made the Ravens the largest home underdog in the history of the NFL -- the Patriots were a 20 point favorite. Amazingly, the Ravens led for most of the game and would have won had their defensive coach not called time out a split second before Tom Brady was stuffed on a 4th and 1 play in the last minute. Given a reprieve, the Patriots rallied to score and won the game 27-24. Bummer! If you go to a Raven's game, ensure you dress properly. December nights with snow and wind can be arctic. At the same time, Sunday afternoons in September can be blazing. Drink lots of golden fluids!

Top of the World Observation Level

by Yaqui

On the 27th floor of the World Trade Center, is a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of Baltimore in the world's tallest pentagonal building. You can see a breath taking view of other attractions, hotels, sites and neighborhoods. It is a fully handicapped accessible attraction.

Top of the World Observation Level
401 E. Pratt Street
27th floor
Baltimore, MD 21202

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