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June 14, 2011
Charlotte, North Carolina
January 15, 2005
On the water’s edge, you are offered a beautiful view of the harbor. The downtown area of Fell’s Point is a registered Historic District. Anyone who loves old houses will love this place. This was once a humming port town filled with rowdy sailors. With all the mayhem that went on, it is no wonder that the town is so haunted. If you have time, make sure you take in the ghost tour. It is fun for the whole family. If you are in Baltimore, take a day and spend it here. You will be glad you did. And you can visit their community web site at www.fellspoint.us or www.baltimore.org for more information.
From journal Side Trip from D.C. to Baltimore
Washington, District of Columbia
July 22, 2000
Fells Point is an historic area on the other side of the Inner Harbor. You can hope a water taxi for about ten bucks and get a great ride across the water. The water taxis run until fairly late in the evening and your one-time fee pays for a return ride home.
There are dozens of bars in Fells Point, from nightclubs to brew pubs to lounges to dives (my favorites). There's something for all of us lounge lizards. The fresh air and open water on the water taxi is a nice way to sober up, too!
From journal Inside Baltimore's Inner Harbor