Cammo Style Love: Day Trip Tips - Baltimore, Maryland

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Day Trip Tips - Baltimore, Maryland



When you live in a large tri-state type area, the possibilities for day trips are endless! And if you're an adventurous family the opportunities are endless. The Cammo Style Love family was able to head on out to Baltimore a family get away. We experienced three of Baltimore's attractions that I would highly recommend to all of you. It was such a wonderful experienced for Mr. Air Force and I, and the kids.

First stop - Ripley's Believe it Or Not!







We were kind of concerned about how the kid's would do. Would they be interested in it? Would they run around and not pay attention to any of it? In fact, they loved it! We all had a fabulous time. They were interested in things, we got to look around and actually enjoy ourselves. I think all the years of taking our littles everywhere are really paying off for us. They still talk about going and want to go back. It's just the right amount of weird, gross, fun, hands on stuff. My daughter's favorite part was the piano stairs. But I think the guy that looks like a snake was a close second. But I'm not going to give away much more. You'll just have to check out. And if you aren't in Baltimore see if there's a Ripley's near you! Make sure you stop by to grab a wax hand. It was well worth the wait (on the weekend there's birthday parties!) and my kids just love looking at their little hands.

Second stop - Historic Ships of Baltimore







These amazing ships that sit in the harbor are just beautiful. It's been awhile since my kids have seen ships like this, and I'm almost positive that none of them really remember going on them. We figured we could squeeze in a couple of them to finish out our day before it got too dark. We ended up seeing three of the four; and FYI to my military readers, there is an amazing discount for military families (Guard and Reserve included). You can visit a Civil War Vessel, a Coast Guard ship, a submarine and a lighthouse vessel. The experience, especially on the USS Constitution was incredible. Our four year old did extremely well on all the ships.

Last Stop - Brick Oven Pizza in Baltimore



Seriously guys, the best gluten free restaurant pizza I have ever ever had! Great atmosphere, amazing staff and seriously good pizza. Plus, it was featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, so you know it's gonna be goo.
Final Tips

We stayed outside the city, in Linthicum, MD near the airport. It was not trouble to hop right over to the city, and there are tons of nice hotels to stay at all right here in that area. We stayed at the Westin BWI, which was a lovely hotel. Customer service was impeccable, the bed was amazing. However, I don't know that I would stay there again. It didn't really fit our needs. There's a cooling station, for drinks, and not an actual refrigerator. The wifi isn't free and there is no continental breakfast unless you upgrade to the executive suite. Then you can access their club. We got a wonderful deal so that went into the decision, and I did want a more fancy experience for Mr. Air Force, since this was a "return from deployment" family getaway.


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