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This is a beautiful park! We saw two games against the Yankees in order in August, games and the # 7 and # 8 on our baseball road. Parking was hilarious with Yankee fans and people supporting both teams made much noise in his silly but thanks to the Opposition. 40% of annual appearance Orioles come to Yankee games and Red Socks – so you can imagine the excitement. Fans were very active, and gave us “the wave” going at a speed that was incredible.
We sit in 200 level seating (club level) where you have menus and waiters who carry the food and drink, and numerous semi-exclusive options if you’ll get out of your seat. The second night, we sat in field level seats that were just as well. Seats a little tighter than the Club level, but the views were so clear of the stadium, the store building and Baltimore skyline.
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With the reconstruction of the inner harbor in the late 70s, Baltimore set the standard for urban renewal. While much of the city events are held in the port area, where there are many street entertainers, outdoor concerts, fireworks and parades, the surrounding neighborhoods offer all sorts of interesting landmarks, unique shops and great restaurants.
Stroll through the area of Fells Point, the oldest part of Baltimore, which resembles the old English village with its pubs and cobblestone streets. Take the kids to the Aquarium and discover the imaginative creations of the Visionary Art Museum. If you prefer, stop by the museum and birthplace of Babe Ruth to know in detail the life of the famous baseball player nicknamed the Great Bambino.