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Baltimore Washington Airport – Three Things That Make it Special

Baltimore Washington Airport – Three Things That Make it Special January 30, 2012 | Travel Tips | Read More
Baltimore Washington Marshall airport is a unique place for a layover. Besides offering an array of dining and shopping options, some of which are characteristically Baltimore, BWI Marshall airport offers several other unique things for grounded passengers to do. Here are three things that make the airport...

Best Wine Bars in Baltimore

Best Wine Bars in Baltimore December 23, 2011 | Nightlife | Read More
In the past ten years, Baltimore has seen a rapid expansion in wine bars through its streets. Catering to the desires of patrons looking for a more refined drinking experience, outside of the emblematic pubs that the city is known for, the wine bar scene has steadily grown in popularity. V-No WIne Bar,...

Best Dessert Shops in Baltimore

Best Dessert Shops in Baltimore December 19, 2011 | Food | Read More
It’s only apropos that a city like Baltimore, rich with decadent and top-notched restaurants, would also have good dessert spots to complement the main meal. Unless, you’re like Ernestine Ulmer, who would suggest that you eat dessert first, this list of stand-alone desert shops offer some of the...

What to Pack for Winter in Baltimore

What to Pack for Winter in Baltimore October 28, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Mid-Atlantic winters can get pretty cold so if you’re planning a trip to Baltimore this winter make sure to pack everything that you need to stay warm and dry. Warm coats and scarves with hats and gloves are a must but that doesn’t mean that you have to look like a snow man to stay warm. Winter...brrr! With...

Things to Do in Baltimore on Labor Day Weekend

Things to Do in Baltimore on Labor Day Weekend July 25, 2011 | Events | Read More
Historically, Labor Day was a day to commemorate the strength of the labor unions and their workers. Today, Labor Day not only marks the symbolic end of the summer but also a day off from work and a final day of summer frolicking. As in other American cities, the Labor Day weekend is celebrated in Baltimore...

4th of July in Baltimore

4th of July in Baltimore June 28, 2011 | Events | Read More
Oh say can you see…. all the great 4th of July events to enjoy in Baltimore? Don’t forget to brush up on “Yankee Doodle,” “The Star Spangled Banner,” “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee,” and all the other patriotic songs you can think of if you don’t want to get caught humming or mumbling....

Father’s Day Activities in Baltimore

Father’s Day Activities in Baltimore June 18, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Dads sometimes feel slighted when it comes to their special day of the year. Having survived the barrage of emails, advertisements, radio announcements, store signs, tweets, and smoke signals for Mother’s Day, they can’t help but feel that there aren’t as many special things to do around town for...

Shopping in Baltimore

Shopping in Baltimore December 18, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Shopping in the Baltimore area during the holidays can be a most stressful endeavor if you don’t plan your trip correctly. And shopping is supposed to be nothing but fun. That’s why we shopaholics call it “retail therapy”. However, there’s nothing therapeutic about long...

Sushi in Baltimore

Sushi in Baltimore November 30, 2010 | Food | Read More
I love sushi. Plain and simple. My husband, unfortunately does not. Luckily, I found a friend who is just as passionate about the stuff as me. Neither one of us are pretentious about sushi-eating although some friends look at us crazy when we tell them we go on sushi dates monthly. That’s right,...

Romance in Baltimore?

Romance in Baltimore? November 17, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
When you think of romance in the city, Baltimore may not be the first place that comes to mind. Yes, there’s Paris, Venice, Munich, and Prague but there’s also Baltimore. It’s just a matter of knowing where to go to create it. Baltimore’s biggest draw for travelers is the Inner...
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