One of my favorite travel destinations is Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. I’ve been there multiple times, and it never loses its magic for me. The reason I’ve been there multiple times is that there’s so much to do. The city itself is absolutely beautiful. I would make the two-hour trip there just to be outside. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t activities to be enjoyed. Two of my favorite places to go at Inner Harbor are the Museum of Visionary Art, and the Science Center.
Inner Harbor is absolutely stunning. I’ve never been a fan of big cities like New York, because they come across as stuffy, and dirty. The thing about Inner Harbor is that there’s plenty of room for everyone. It is kept very clean, and has wide walkways so you’re not awkwardly squeezing your way through people you don’t know. Where do these walkways go? Exactly where the name describes – around the harbor. From any point, you can look and find glistening water no more than 200 feet away. There’s plenty to look at: boats moored at the harbor, recreated ships, submarines, and paddleboats are there for your visual enjoyment. As you walk along the harbor, there’s a multitude of shops, shows to watch, and places to eat. I specifically enjoy the giant fountains that you can run through as water shoots straight up from the ground in short bursts. My favorite part though, is Federal hill. It is easily seen because of its sixty degree slopes. If you are determined enough to reach the top, you will be rewarded. It’s a beautiful view of all of the buildings, people, ships, and water from about six or seven stories up.
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