Rodeway Inn & Suites

8005 Pulaski Highway, Baltimore, Maryland, 21237, United States
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baltimore to annapolis

by catfish78

Are there any public forms of transportation between Baltimore and Annapolis?
What about between D.C. and Annapolis? Thanks!

Re: baltimore to annapolis

by olddude

Yes you can, but it depends on where in Baltimore you will be what is available to you. There is a commuter bus that runs from Annapolis to the New Carollton Metro Station so from there you can take the subway into DC. Here are a couple of links for you:

http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/commuterbus/schedulesSystemMaps/index.cfm

http://www.wmata.com/

Re: baltimore to annapolis

by grandmaR

Annapolis is not on any of the train based transportation systems - no MARC train or Amtrack or Metro. The former Baltimore-Annapolis rail line is now a hiking trail. The only public transportation available would be the bus or possibly boat. There used to be (in the summer anyway) a dinner cruise that went from Baltimore to Annapolis, but I can't find the information on it ATM

The Maryland Mass Transit Administration operates a route from Baltimore to Annapolis (Bus 14). You can take the light rail to the Patapsco Light Rail stop, and Annapolis has city buses that make it pretty easy to get around the city at the other end. http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/bus/routes/bus/rev14scheduledone.pdf

Similarly the MTA contracts a route from Annapolis to the Metrorail/Amtrak stop at New Carrollton (921)

Re: baltimore to annapolis

by catfish78

Thanks so much!

Re: baltimore to annapolis

by catfish78

Thanks!

Travel Tips for Baltimore

Visit the aquarium. It has to...

by Yarm35

Visit the aquarium. It has to be one of the most unique in the world. One problem, is long lines in the summer months. Kids, as well as adults, are fasinated with it. Have many good memories of Baltimore. Used to go there (from Cleveland, Ohio) when I was a child to visit my aunt and uncle. So I have a feeling for its progress over a long time.

Of the many good memories, it is hard to choose one. Probably, watching an ballgame at Camden Yards.

Coco Crisp

by sarams

The regular starting Center Fielder for the Red Sox is Coco Crisp. For those who are wondering, Coco is just a nickname; his actual first name is Covelli. His father, Loyce, was a boxer nicknamed (interestingly enough) Sugar Crisp.

Crisp was injured and did not play in this game. That turned out to be a good thing for the Red Sox, since his replacement had the game-winning hit.

Arabbers

by grandmaR

I took this picture in my passenger side mirror while I was stopped at a light. It's not as good of course as the photo by the qunitessential Baltimore photographer A. Aubrey Bodine's poster Arabbers(taken c. 1940)

('Arabbing' is a term used to describe the activities of a group of small scale entrepreneurs -- mostly Black and male -- who for more decades than anyone can remember have hired horses and carts to carry a variety of food items to the neighborhoods of Baltimore. -- from a 1994 editoiral in the Baltimore Afro-American).

Arabbing is on the decline because the PETA people try to get them put out of business because they say they are cruel to their horses, and the stables are demolished for urban renewal.

Two Words.....

by Jabberjenn

BALTIMORE RAVENS!

Seriously, nothing is better then a football game at Ravens Stadium (M&T Bank Stadium). Each seat in the stadium provides an unforgettable view, and the larger-than-life jumbo trons allow you to see even more. Parking is abundant, (although expensive) and traffic flow is controlled by traffic cops, making your exit after the game fairly easy. Bring lots of cash though, because beers are expensive as well. And most important....wear purple!

St. John's Church, Huntingdon

by steviedee

This charming Victorian complex sits on a slight rise in Northeast Baltimore. The area can be dicey. The complex consists of church, rectory, cemetery, and parish house. There are places to sit for meditation. The church is, of course, wisely kept locked during the week. The church is a Gothic structure of grey stone, built between 1858-1860, and enlarged in 1875. It has a square tower surmounted by a broach spire, maybe of 120 feet in height. The tower contains 11 bells that sound the quarter hours throughout the day, as well as the Angelus at noon and 6 p.m. The interior has been restored painstakingly and lovingly to appear as it did in 1875, and is very warm and colourful. In the cemetery lies the famous poetess, Lizette Woodworth Reese, and the original members of the Episcopal All Saints Sisters of the Poor. The church offers traditional Episcopal services with excellent music. The grounds are well-kept and a quiet oasis in the midst of shill city. The main service on Sunday morning is high theatre; in the processional and recessional, you'll see people carrying wands, and other vesture probably not seen since the 1840's. Queen Victoria still holds sway over her subjects. In the summer, the congregation dresses in Victoriana and play croquet on the rectory lawn for an afternoon of high tea and crumpets. A must to behold. As an interesting sidenote, the church itself is known to be haunted.

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Address: 8005 Pulaski Highway, Baltimore, Maryland, 21237, United States