By Jennifer Walker
Second Edition, August 2014
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As a Baltimore native, travel writer Jennifer Walker knows the ins and outs of Charm City, from browsing galleries in Station North to catching a game at M&T Bank Stadium. Walker also includes unique trip ideas tailored for all time constraints and interests, such as the Two-Day Best of Baltimore itinerary. With updated maps and details on everything from visiting the National Aquarium to finding the best food in Little Italy, Moon Baltimore gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
What’s inside Moon Baltimore
Enjoy the very best of Baltimore with these itineraries:
Discover the ins and outs of Balitmore’s neighborhoods.
Recommendations for the top restaurants, nightlife, shops, sights, and hotels in:
- Downtown and Inner Harbor
- Little Italy, Harbor East, and Fell’s Point
- Federal Hill
- Mount Vernon and Station North
- Hampden and Homewood
- Greater Baltimore
Take a trip outside the city with these excursions:
- Easton and St. Michaels
Jennifer Walker‘s maternal great-grandparents were two of the estimated 15,000 Polish immigrants who settled in the waterfront community of Fell’s Point in Baltimore around the turn of the 20th century. This family history gives her strong ties to the city and is one of the many reasons that, after several years in New York, she returned home. Jennifer was married on the winding staircase in the American Visionary Art Museum in Federal Hill and lives in the city with her husband Kenny and their young daughter Delancey.
Jennifer got her start as a writer with a travel piece about her experience studying abroad in London, which ran in The Baltimore Sun. Since then, her work has appeared in Baltimore’s STYLE magazine, Saveur, Urbanite, and SmartCEO. She also contributes regularly to several publications of the Johns Hopkins University, where she earned a graduate degree in nonfiction writing.
When she isn’t writing, Jennifer can be found running, baking, visiting the Kids Room at the Maryland Science Center with her daughter, or exploring Baltimore’s varied neighborhoods.