Wandering in Baltimore

I, Zeb the Duck, love Baltimore.  Mom and I were here for a weekend conference so we didn’t have much time to explore.   However, this what we found.  The former headquarters of the B & O Railroad is now the Hotel Monaco Baltimore.

Historic building and great hotel

Historic building and great hotel

Also, the hotel hosting our conference. Love the red carpet for this white limo.

Long limo

Long limo

A bridal party arrived here Friday evening. The ladies were beautiful!

Ducks are very curious animals and I love to learn.  John Hopkins University was a great place for this duck.

I could learn a lot here.

I could learn a lot here.

Fountains and water are important to ducks also.

We love fountains

We love fountains

North Charles Street provided me with much to see.

In front of Baltimore City Circuit Courthouse I saw Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr.,

Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr.

Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr.

large and metal, greeting all visitors.

Further along the street, the New Unity Church Ministries caught my eye.

New Unity Church Ministries.  Appealing building.

New Unity Church Ministries. Appealing building.

Beyond the Baltimore Basilica (see previous post),

Visit the Baltimore Basilica soon.

Visit the Baltimore Basilica soon.

I saw a very ornate steeple.  This steeple is on the Mt. Vernon Place Methodist Church.

Steeple of Mt. Vernon Place Methodist Church

Steeple of Mt. Vernon Place Methodist Church

This church, designed by Thomas Dixon, a Baltimore architect, has been here since 1872.  We were out of time, so did not enter the church.  I hope you can.

The banners for the Baltimore Orioles are very colorful.

Second only to Colorado Rockies for this duck

Second only to Colorado Rockies for this duck

I think Baltimore will be my favorite baseball team, unless they play our Colorado Rockies.

Flowers are so cheerful.  I just loved these flowers in the sidewalk of Baltimore.

Flowers are so beautiful and cheerful

Flowers are so beautiful and cheerful

You will love visiting Baltimore.  There is something interesting everywhere.  Next time I will tell you about Saturday’s short walk.  We took an outside break for dinner, before Saturday’s last session.

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