How many of you want to go on a cruise?
Follow up question: How many of you knew you could leave on a cruise from Baltimore, MD?
I have to admit, I didn’t even think about it. How much easier would it be to find an awesome cruise and spend some time on the ocean? Better yet, make a vacation out of it. Did you know how many things you can do in Baltimore before (and after) your cruise? Seriously, there are plenty of things you can do in Baltimore to pass some time.
For instance, you can take a trip to the aquarium. I love to watch the fish and look at all the animals including the giant pacific octopus that they have on display. I love seeing all the colors all over the water and I’m sure you would too. After doing that, you could head to the Inner Harbor. It isn’t just a harbor, it is covered in shops, resturants and plenty of things to keep you busy. I mean, they had me at “shopping”. I would love a couple of hours to check out the shops.
You could also visit the B&O Railroad Museum which is the birthplace of american railroading. I would love to see how the railroad system started and take a train ride. I haven’t ridden a train since I was 15 year old. If you are taking the kids with you on your cruise (which is another post all in itself), you may want to stop at the Port Discovery Children’s Museum. Theyare they one of the 12 Best Children’ Museums in the U.S. (ranked by Forbes). I want to head there right now to check out The Adventures of MR. POTATO HEAD exhibit that opened this past May 19th. I know that Hayden and Noah would enjoy that.
Just remember that heading to Baltimore, MD could be a vacation within a vacation. I’m off to talk to my husband about planning a trip there soon, maybe you should too.
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