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Old 07-27-2018, 06:42 AM   #15
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The only reason I had Baltimore in there is my wife went to see the Baltimore Harbor back in the 90's and she enjoyed it then. It may or may not be worth seeing now.
CH will work for Both - or https://koa.com/campgrounds/washington-dc/ - for Baltimore Annapolis.

Harbor - and Maybe a tour of Under Armor - Aquarium - Annapolis - USNA - Eastern Shore - But after the walking in DC you will likely Need a little time to Rest.

Like I said Before - IMHO DC and NYC are just like the Really Big National Parks - Walking/Hiking is a big part of the Tour.

They will work you and you will only scratch the Surface, with a Week to 10 days in Each.

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The only reason I had Baltimore in there is my wife went to see the Baltimore Harbor back in the 90's and she enjoyed it then. It may or may not be worth seeing now.
It's still essentially the same, with some additions. If she liked it then she will like it now.

It is still safe and clean.

Certainly worth the trip since you will be in the area.
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Cherry Hill for DC, Liberty in NJ for NYC and Normandy Farms for Boston. I would avoid Baltimore. Cherry Hill is the metro to DC, Liberty is the ferry to NYC and Normandy Farms is toad to train or into Boston.


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