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Old 05-21-2011, 02:31 AM
 
Location: Columbia Heights, Washington, D.C.
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So I visited Baltimore yesterday, took me awhile though there were big delays on the light rail. I ended up getting off at Camden Yards and walking up.

Now I was only in the city for about 3 hours but in that amount of time I got a good feel of Bmore.

-The people are very friendly, down to earth.
-People have a lot of hometown pride, ALOT.

Makes me wanna move to Bmore in the near future, next time I'm up there I'll venture out to other parts of the city to see how that is.
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Old 05-21-2011, 01:54 PM
 
Location: North Baltimore ----> Seattle
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Welcome, and thanks!
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Old 05-22-2011, 10:41 AM
 
Location: Maryland
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So I visited Baltimore yesterday, took me awhile though there were big delays on the light rail. I ended up getting off at Camden Yards and walking up.

Now I was only in the city for about 3 hours but in that amount of time I got a good feel of Bmore.

-The people are very friendly, down to earth.
-People have a lot of hometown pride, ALOT.

Makes me wanna move to Bmore in the near future, next time I'm up there I'll venture out to other parts of the city to see how that is.
Baltimore is a lot less transient than the DC area. This explains the down to earth feel.
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Old 05-25-2011, 03:40 PM
 
Location: BALTIMORE, MD
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so i visited baltimore yesterday, took me awhile though there were big delays on the light rail. I ended up getting off at camden yards and walking up.

Now i was only in the city for about 3 hours but in that amount of time i got a good feel of bmore.

-the people are very friendly, down to earth.
-people have a lot of hometown pride, alot.

Makes me wanna move to bmore in the near future, next time i'm up there i'll venture out to other parts of the city to see how that is.
glad you liked it!!!
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Old 05-25-2011, 08:12 PM
 
Location: 21093
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So I visited Baltimore yesterday, took me awhile though there were big delays on the light rail. I ended up getting off at Camden Yards and walking up.

Now I was only in the city for about 3 hours but in that amount of time I got a good feel of Bmore.

-The people are very friendly, down to earth.
-People have a lot of hometown pride, ALOT.

Makes me wanna move to Bmore in the near future, next time I'm up there I'll venture out to other parts of the city to see how that is.
Awesome, glad you liked it. There's alot of interesting stuff downtown/inner harbor, and up Charles Street to a certain point or out Eastern Avenue there's also a fair amount of shops and entertainment.
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Old 05-26-2011, 10:52 AM
 
Location: York, PA
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So I visited Baltimore yesterday, took me awhile though there were big delays on the light rail. I ended up getting off at Camden Yards and walking up.

Now I was only in the city for about 3 hours but in that amount of time I got a good feel of Bmore.

-The people are very friendly, down to earth.
-People have a lot of hometown pride, ALOT.

Makes me wanna move to Bmore in the near future, next time I'm up there I'll venture out to other parts of the city to see how that is.
I lived in the DC area for almost 8 year and work in Baltimore now. I agree. If you didn't, be sure to visit Mt. Vernon.
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