Monday, May 5, 2014

Spring Time Events in Baltimore

The weather has definitely turned around over here in Baltimore and with many of us seeing more rain and less snow over the past week, this could mean more outdoor activities for the kids and families over the weekends. Even if you are not a fan of being outdoors, there are sure to be tons of activities and events for you to attend.
We hope that Baltimore Bus Charters can be a part of that. However, here are a few quick suggestions as to the type of activities to anticipate over spring time in Baltimore.
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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Important Baltimore Landmarks to Check Out

Part of the traveling process is about getting to know the city that you are visiting, regardless of whether you are visiting via a rented charter bus, driving yourself around or using local public transportation. It is crucial to have a good itinerary which will take you around to those important landmarks in a timely manner so that you know you are making the most of your time here. It is impossible to visit ALL Baltimore landmarks in a short period of time but at the very least, check the important ones out during your visit.

Roger B Taney sculpture in Mount Vernon, Baltimore

Mount Vernon is one of Baltimore’s oldest neighborhoods and is, as planned out, esignated a National Landmark Historic District in Maryland. As it is the oldest and also most well-thought-out neighborhoods in Baltimore, roads are well-planned and getting around shouldn’t be a problem. However, being a large part of the historical side of Baltimore, there are many landmarks and tourist attractions to check out during your Baltimore charter bus visit, and suffice to say, it would make the whole visit a lot more comfortable if a Baltimore bus charter was used.
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