Are you coming to Baltimore this summer for Loyola's Summer Intensive program? Not sure what to expect? Here is my quick top 10 list of things to see and do. Feel free to reply and help me out with other must see activities. Maryland is so green and vibrant in the summer you're bound to have a memorable time.
1. Orioles Park at Camden Yards: Fantastic spot to see a game, and just for the record save the date of July 2nd; I have already ordered a block of tickets, center field bleachers here we come
2. Fell's Point: Walk around the cobblestone pathways of Little Italy, super place to spend an evening.
3. The Inner Harbor: Hop on a water taxi and ponder which restaurant to stop at because you are famished after your tour of the aquarium and science center.... choices, choices, choices
4. Under Armour: World headquarters... enough said.
5. The Evergreen Campus at Loyola: It's summer so I suggest a deck chair, drinking a smoothie outside of the Knott Hall Humanities center (pictured above), see ya there.
6. MARC to DC: Take a quick trip to Penn Station, hop on the MARC train to union Station and 45 minutes later you are staring directly at the Capitol Building. The summer session goes over the July 4th weekend.... just saying.
7. Crab-cakes: mmmmm..... crab-cakes.
8. FAC: Loyola's fitness and aquatic center, take the campus shuttle for a work out and get ripped or float in the pool....either way.
9. The Fort: Get your patriotism on and walk to the sight where Francis Scott Keys penned the National Anthem during the war of 1812 - then find a Canadian and debate for hours about who really one that war....
10. Natty Boh: Don't leave without purchasing some cheesy tourist item containing the label of the National Bohemian Brewing Company, even if you don't try the beer