3 City Gate Annapolis MarylandA minute walks to Downtown Annapolis. All of this and more for you to enjoy.;
Summer In Baltimore
When it’s averaging at a whopping 85°F, it smells SUMMER. When it really hits, the best way to cool off is to either dip in the bay, do a whitewater rafting, jump on a water taxi for a ride around town [one port to another] or by simply grabbing an Ice Cream from any of the Cow to Cone dairies and indulge yourself in an icy cool treat unique to Maryland.
With 31 miles of coastline, Maryland got plenty of sands for your toes to sink in. From Atlantic Ocean to Chesapeake Bay coastline, to pocket beaches along waterfront - Ocean City, Assateague, Sandy Point State Park and North Beach. One mallet on your hand and a cold beer on the other, with good friends around a table piled up with hot, steamed crab. Is definitely like heaven under the sun.
Baltimore Water Taxis
It offers sightseeing and transportation service mainly to points along theBaltimore Inner Harbor. Ticket’s from $7 – $14. There are 5 routes designated by colors. In my opinion, it's the best way to see Baltimore and be able to stop at each location to shop or eat.
Green – Harbor Place
Yellow – Fell’s Point
Blue – Canton Park
Red – Harbor Place to Fell’s Point
Purple – Fell’s Point to Fort McHenry
White – Special circumstances
Visit their website for more details and trip schedules. http://www.baltimorewatertaxi.com/
A Summer Classic
“Sell ice to an Eskimo”. Get a block of ice, shave it, add some colors and flavors and poof you’ll have “Snowball”. A classic Baltimore snowball comes in a Styrofoam cup. Ice is shaved but not enough to dissolve and it’s chunky enough to survive Baltimore summers. If I am an Eskimo, I’ll definitely be down to eating a cup or two. Check out “Icy Delights” and “Snoasis” to satisfy those cravings. And for me, I’m grabbing one on my way home!
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