That Our Flag Was Still There


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One of the most significant locations in and around Baltimore is Fort McHenry. Not only was it a significant location during the War of 1812 but it was the location in-which the Star Spangled Banner was born.  Continue reading

A Museum For Trains!?


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There’s plenty of amazing history in and around the city of Baltimore. From famous writers, sporting events, important military events, and even the railroad. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad was a vigorous part of the city for most of the past two centuries. Today it’s honored and remembered with a museum.  Continue reading

The House Of The Star Spangled Banner


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The National Anthem has suddenly become one of the hottest button issues in the past few weeks. Visiting Baltimore, Maryland over Labor Day weekend gave us the opportunity to learn more about the history of the National Anthem. And one of the many locations in and around Baltimore regarding America’s song is the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House.

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Inspired At The Aquarium


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29072402754_63a208e9d8_zWhile in Baltimore one of the main places for tourism in an around the Inner Harbor is the National Aquarium. The National Aquarium is one of the biggest aquariums in the world with more than 750 species, 2,200,000 gallons of water and an annual attendance of 1.5 million it’s not only a must visit but it’s got stats to back that up.

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