View from my hotel room
Coast Guard vessel that was at Pearl Harbor
Memorial to the Polish soldiers killed by the Russians in the Katiyn Forest massacre
Cinco De Mayo party. The band is Black Cash (tribute band for Johnny Cash)
Washington Monument in Baltimore (was the first monument to George Washington)
Fresco in Walters Art Museum
Had a great dinner outside at this Italian restaurant.
Had some Guinness here, great atmosphere
At the ESPNZone in Baltimore (one the first ESPNZones in the country)
A super large Barnes & Noble in what used to be Baltimore's original power plant. The boilers are still in the building and are used to support book cases.
Giant sting rays at the National Aquarium in Baltimore
Dolphin show at the National Aquarium
One of the old ships docked in the Baltimore inner harbor (which is where my hotel was)
I took the tour of Baltimore on a WWII Duck (amphibious vehicle). We toured the major sites and then took a ride in the harbor.
I rented a bike and rode this trail from the inner harbor (just off downtown Baltimore) to a suburb about 10 miles away. Much of the trail was very pretty and went through some great parks.
The trail I followed is named Gwynns Falls
A statute at Fort McHenry to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the creation of the Star Spangled banner.
At Fort McHenry. This is where the original flag flew that Francis Scott Key saw during the War of 1812 and the British attack.
The view of out from Fort McHenry to Cheasepeake Bay
I rode my bike out to Fort McHenry, which is about 3 miles from the Inner Harbor in Baltimore