Last weekend I escaped to beautiful Baltimore, Maryland and I really had a blast. What is really interesting about that short trip is that I barely used my phone; instead I took so many great pictures with my camera.
This city has an interesting history for America and Maryland, and also is the birthplace of the U.S. national anthem and flag. While some people were enjoying the nightlife and parties around the city, I fell in love with The Star-Spangled Banner, the seaport and the Inner Harbor.
On the other hand, one of my favorite places in Baltimore was the George Peabody Library; some of the locals and tourists had said it is one of the most beautiful libraries in the world, and I totally agree.
That said I want to share with you all some of the pictures around that beautiful city. If you want to know more about the history of America, the National anthem, and the flag you need to go to Baltimore it is worth it.
Get ready to walk. The city is huge and you will need comfortable shoes and clothes depending on the weather.
Park your car in the hotel and go to know the city by walking, biking or bus. (Parking was tough)
Ask for a local map and learn how to use the buses. It is super easy and you can save a lot of time.
Before going to neighborhoods that you don’t know ask to locals if the place is safe or not.
Take your camera with you.
And have a nice vacation.