Edgar Allan Poe House National Historic Landmark

by Mary Jo Manzanares on August 5, 2015

Edgar Allan Poe’s home in Baltimore is where the famous writer transitioned from poetry to writing short stories. He won his first literary award in Baltimore during his residence here. The Edgar Allen Poe House National Historic Landmark is in an excellent state of preservation with much of the exterior and interior original fabric from the […]


Baltimore By Water Taxi: An Inner Harbor Experience

by Jenni Ingersoll on January 16, 2012

Baltimore, Maryland or “Bawl-mer”, as it is pronounced by the locals, is located approximately 40 miles from Washington, DC.  Since its founding in the 1700s, Baltimore has been a major seaport and one of the most visited areas of the city is the Inner Harbor.  Steeped in history, the Harbor offers a variety of attractions, entertainment, shopping […]