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September 17, 2009
July 15, 2001
The Inner Harbor: Board the Water Taxi at the Pratt Street Pavilion when you’ve finished seeing Harborplace and the Aquarium and are ready for a taste of the rest of Baltimore.
The American Visionary Art Museum: Located near the Rusty Scupper Restaurant, this museum is a treasury of "found" art – drawings, paintings, sculptures, and other works by self-taught artists. Their works are sometimes profoundly disturbing, sometimes whimsical and humorous, always astonishing. It’s a worthwhile Water Taxi stop.
Little Italy: Another treasure-trove of restaurants. Walk into the neighborhood (rather than staying on its fringes) for some of the best.
Tidewater Marina: Get off here to board the bus that takes you to Fort McHenry. Baltimore’s pride, Fort McHenry was the birthplace of the National Anthem. It’s an interesting tour, and it’s also cool and breezy during the hot summer.
Fell’s Point: Wonderfully funky, Fell’s Point is a grand mixture of pubs, restaurants, and shops in an antique setting. Stop by Bertha’s (at the foot of Broadway) for tea or a meal, then stroll up the street to shop at the market.
Anchorage Marina: The Water Taxi will drop you off right at Bo Brooks’ or stroll across the street to the Atlantic.
Canton Park: The last stop. Cool off in the park and enjoy your view of the harbor or walk a few steps to the Bay Café.
From journal Catching the Early Crab in Baltimore