Ramada Limited Baltimore

6422 Baltimore National Parkway, (formerly Knights Inn), Baltimore, Maryland, 21228, United States
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TRANSPORT FROM HARRISBURG, PA TO BALTIMORE, MD

by giveup

WHEN DID THE TRAIN STOP RUNNING FROM HARRISBURG, PA TO BALTIMORE, MD.

THANK YOU.

Re: TRANSPORT FROM HARRISBURG, PA TO BALTIMORE, MD

by Durfun

Could always take a Greyhound...

Re: TRANSPORT FROM HARRISBURG, PA TO BALTIMORE, MD

by mccalpin

You're talking about a direct train? Hmmmn, I don't know...I see that all rail solutions through Amtrak make the trip with a connection through Philadelphia...were you thinking of another railroad?

Bill

Re: TRANSPORT FROM HARRISBURG, PA TO BALTIMORE, MD

by travelmad478

I don't think there was ever a single train from Harrisburg to Baltimore. You can take the Keystone train from Harrisburg to Philadelphia and change there for the Acela or Northeast Regional train to Baltimore.

By the way, please turn off your caps lock key. This is considered shouting. We're a civilized forum here!

Re: TRANSPORT FROM HARRISBURG, PA TO BALTIMORE, MD

by grandmaR

From the Harrisburg RR station you can get a train to Philadelphia and then down to Baltimore or you can take Greyhound Lines/Bieber Tourways & Trailways pooled service to Baltimore or Washington.

You could also rent a car and drive down, or fly from Harrisburg to D.C. and take a train up to Baltimore from there.

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by Dabs

This is a great website that has links to many of the historic sights in Baltimore

National Park Service Historic sights

General information on the city
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Information on Fells Point
Fells Point

Information on Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon

Eating in Baltimore
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Baltimore Aquarium E-Ticket Pickup is faster!

by tpangelinan

Highly suggest using the E-Ticket order and pickup, there was no line at all and the few people that did pick up went straight in no wait. So guys if you are planning to take your lady here, be a hero and don't make her wait!

Old Bay Line

by grandmaR

The Baltimore Steam Packet Company (known locally as the Old Bay Line) carried people up and down the bay from 1840 to 1962. It ran primarily between Baltimore and Norfolk, although they also had trips to Annapolis, D.C. and Richmond at various times. My husband remembers that they would stop in Hampton at Old Point Comfort on the way to Norfolk. When it ceased operation in 1962 after 122 years of existence, it was the last surviving overnight steamship passenger service in the United States. One of the ships was famously re-named the S.S. Exodus and in 1947 Jewish refugees from Europe sailed her to Palestine in an unsuccessful attempt to emigrate. Our family took a trip down the bay in 1954. We had our new Ford station wagon loaded on the boat, and we left Baltimore in the evening, and got to Norfolk early the next morning. We went past Fort McHenry, and under the brand new (just finished in 1952) Chesapeake Bay Bridge (aka the William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial Bridge - photo 3). Of course in those days the bridge was a single span.

Don't forget comfortable shoes...

by yoshamus

Baltimore is a very walkable city, so remember to bring comfortable shoes or sneakers. You can spend hours wandering around the inner harbor, then take a taxi boat to Fells Point or Little Italy and wander around some more. Mt. Vernon also has a lot of museums, restaurants and nightlife in close proximity.

Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards

by Ewingjr98

The Sports Legends Museum opened in 2005 in historic Camden Station next to Orioles Park. Camden Station opened in 1856 as part of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. In 2005, after years of disuse, the Babe Ruth Museum took over the space and opened the Sports Legends Museum.

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 Ramada Limited Baltimore

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Address: 6422 Baltimore National Parkway, (formerly Knights Inn), Baltimore, Maryland, 21228, United States