Tuesday, August 26, 2008

No Prohibition Building Advertisement in Fells Point, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

Fells Point is one of Baltimore’s most historic areas.

This faded “Vote Against Prohibition” advertisement has lasted long past the demise of Prohibition. Perhaps not coincidentally the Fells Point area is known for bars and nightly rowdiness even as it remains a "must see" during the day for visiting tourists and nearby conventioners.

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is the perfect example of how history and travel intersect in wonderful ways. Formerly the Inner Harbor was mainly for shipping, but over the past several decades Baltimore has turned this into a convention and tourism hot spot for the entire coast.

One of the most appealing features in Baltimore are the Water Taxis which take you from place to place all day for $9, offering a cheap tour. Be sure to ask the pilots about the buildings and harbor history - most are very well informed.


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