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TRAVEL GUIDE: MARYLAND


From the mountains, to the bay, to the Atlantic Ocean, Maryland offers a range of outdoor activities, unique attractions and historic landmarks. Enjoy the outdoors on a camping trip or a day hike, visit the nation’s capital in nearby Washington, DC, relax in the vineyards and gardens of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, or visit the Eastern shore for fishing and, of course, crab!

BALTIMORE
Charleston Baltimore
RESTAURANTS
Charleston

Chef Cindy Wolf's daily menu corrals the best of the season into a series of unforgettable dishes, all graciously served in elegant surroundings.

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InterContinental Harbor Court Baltimore
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InterContinental Harbor Court Baltimore

This luxury hotel was designed in the style of an English manor house, and its estate-style adornment includes beautiful oak paneling and marble floors. It's also popular with locals who hold their bridal teas, weddings and anniversary parties here.


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The Inn at Perry Cabin
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The Inn at Perry Cabin

This manor house sits in a beautiful location right on the Miles River, a tributary of Chesapeake Bay, in the Victorian resort town of St. Michael's. All of the bedrooms are extremely tasteful, and they become even more so the higher up in category you go, culminating with the Master Suites.

COOKBOOK REVIEW
Cooking with Crab: Best-Loved Recipes and Menus from Chesapeake Bay Gourmet

Kauffman, longtime owner of Maryland's Chesapeake Bay Gourmet (which sells through QVC what a number of reviewers have called the nation's best crab cakes via mail order), will tell you just about everything you need to know to tame your crab and whip him into shape. Here's the biggest secret of all (and it goes even more for plain old fish): preparation is easy! In many cases, it's easier than the preparation of our old culinary friends meat or poultry.
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Located in world-renowned wine regions from Napa to Bordeaux to South Africa, these historic roads offer both great wine and beautiful scenery.
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