From the Dairyland to Maryland

hx_baltimore1_18_425x303_FitToBoxSmallDimension_Center.jpgWith the way our world is right now travel is easier than ever. We have the option to see every bit of the world from Antartica to the North Pole, but sometimes we forget some of the best travel destinations are right here in our own country. Living in the United States gives us such a great advantage to travel to all types of climates without ever needing to use our passports. Whether you’re looking for tropical, desert, mountainous or a little midwestern temperate we have it all. One of my favorite travel destinations, which I have been visiting for years is Baltimore, Maryland.

baltimore-harbor.jpg.1920x810_0_302_10000.jpegI have been to Baltimore and Washington D.C. more times than I have visited any other location. Growing up my aunt and uncle lived there so my parents would take us to Maryland in the summer to enjoy the warmer weather and get a taste of bigger city life. One of my favorite memories is taking the light rail into the Inner Harbor, which is kind of like the city center of Baltimore. Here we would eat delicious sea food, crab cakes are my absolute favorite, visit the aquarium and do some shopping. The aquarium in Baltimore is such a fun thing to do for families of all ages. I haven’t been to Baltimore in a few years, but I know the next time I go back I will definitely be visiting the aquarium. The Inner Harbor has so many activities it is definitely fun to spend a day or two there. The great thing about Baltimore and really most cities on the East Coast is that they are so close to a lot of other cities. Baltimore specifically has Washington D.C. My aunt and uncle took us to D.C. often and we were able to spend a day touring the Smithsonian, walking through the monuments and getting a taste of our country’s history. I love this area of the country because you feel so patriotic. I am looking forward to my next trip to D.C., I would definitely recommend making it a spring or fall trip. Summers can be extremely hot and well the amount of tourists in D.C. is always high, but I would say definitely at it’s peak in the summer.

If you are looking for more information on travel to Baltimore or Washington D.C. please give us a call at 920.236.7777 or visit our website ambassadortravelltd.com to request an appointment.

 

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