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Video verskyn om te sien hoe Siriese vlugtelinge water weggooi, voedsel wat deur die Hongaarse polisie versprei word

Video verskyn om te sien hoe Siriese vlugtelinge water weggooi, voedsel wat deur die Hongaarse polisie versprei word

In die video kan gesien word hoe verskeie kinders gretig kos en water aanvaar, terwyl volwassenes die rantsoene verwerp of gooi

Volgens een publikasie het vlugtelinge die kos geweier omdat dit nie as halal gesertifiseer is nie.

'N Video wat vroeër hierdie maand op YouTube gelaai is, toon onrus tussen 'n trein vol Siriese vlugtelinge wat water en voedsel verwerp wat deur die Hongaarse polisiemag versprei word.

In die video kan gesien word hoe 'n aantal individue bottels water op leë treinspore gooi en kospakkies verwerp - alhoewel verskeie kinders geredelik voedsel van die owerhede aanvaar.

Volgens The Liberal is die voedsel verwerp omdat 'die verpakking 'n kruisie bevat', eerder as die halal -sertifisering wat verpligtend is vir verwerkte voedsel wat vir Moslems aanvaarbaar is. 'Die verpakking was blykbaar ook met die kentekens van die Hongaarse polisiemag in reliëf.'

Sedert hul aankoms is die spanning tussen Hongaarse owerhede en die migrante - meestal Siriërs wat uit die Islamitiese Staat vlug - gespanne, met amptenare wat aanvanklik geweier het om vlugtelinge toe te laat om op treine na Oostenryk te klim. Ure later het Hongarye ingestem om busse te voorsien om die migrante te help om die grens na Oostenryk te bereik. Van daar af vlugtelinge hoop om asiel in Duitsland en nabygeleë lande te kry.

In 'n verklaring het António Guterres, die hoë kommissaris van die Verenigde Nasies vir vlugtelinge, 'n samewerking tussen Europese lande aangemoedig om vlugtelinge te help om nuwe huise te vind. 'Europa kan nie voortgaan om op hierdie krisis te reageer met 'n stukkie of inkrementele benadering nie, het Guterres gesê. 'Geen land kan dit alleen doen nie, en geen land kan weier om sy deel te doen nie.'


Kos- en reisnuus

Baltimore is miskien die bekendste vanweë sy skilderagtige Inner Harbor en die tuiste van die gewilde National Aquarium en die skaaldiere, maar hoewel die seelewe indrukwekkend is en niks anders is as om in 'n dosyn Maryland Blue -krappe te kraak wat oorvloedig met pittige Old Bay besprinkel is nie, is daar soveel meer na Charm City. Ry 'n naweek in die historiese woonbuurte, skattejag in vintage winkels aan die Avenue en verken die stad se uiteenlopende voedseltoneel, van die nuutste koshuis in 'n ou motorwinkel tot klein ys in plaaslik geïnspireerde geure, en natuurlik baie vars seekos.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

As u per trein aankom, neem u 'n vinnige en maklike reis vanaf New York, Philadelphia, of 1601C. Die antieke taxi van Ivy in Londen ontmoet u op die stasie. Kyk na die 19de-eeuse herehuis in die historiese Mount Vernon-omgewing, herstel tot sy oorspronklike glans met agtien sagte kamers en suites, 'n spa, serre en gesellige biblioteek. Dit is die enigste stedelike hotel in die land, en u verblyf bied ekstra dienste soos middagete-bediening, 'n minibar met lekkernye soos plaaslik gemaakte kombucha en karamels, en die beste hotelontbyt in u lewe.

Begin met 'n middagete by die Mount Vernon Marketplace, minder as 'n kilometer van die hotel af. Die voormalige pakhuis is omskep in 'n lekker eetkamer met stalletjies wat alles verkoop van vars oesters tot veganistiese sop en ramen. Na die middagete, haal 'n stoelgang by Taps Fill Station, waar die hele spyskaart met bier, wyn, mead, olyfolie en meer op konsep is. Bestel 'n kombucha of nitro koue-brou koffie voordat u 'n paar blokke na die George Peabody-biblioteek stap. Die versameling 19de-eeuse navorsingsmateriaal is deel van die Johns Hopkins Universiteit en is ongelukkig nie bedoel vir openbare leeswerk nie, maar dit is die moeite werd om 'n draai te maak by die asemrowende argitektuur en word beskou as een van die mooiste biblioteke ter wêreld met sy vyf vlakke van balkonne, versierde kolomme en dakvenster van glas. Oorkant die straat vind u die Walters Art Museum. Met gratis toegang is die museum die tuiste van 'n versameling wat oor duisende jare strek, met antieke Griekse beeldhouwerke, Europese modernistiese meesterwerke uit die 19de eeu en 'n opvallende versameling Fabergé-eiers. Kyk daarna na die Washington Monument van Mount Vernon, die eerste gedenkteken ter ere van die stigter wat uit 1732 dateer, en klim die wenteltrap binne vir 'n verhewe uitsig oor Sentraal -Baltimore. As u terugstap na die hotel, stop u die hele dag by kafee#160Dooby's vir een van hul tuisgebakte koekies in geure soos Fruity Pebble marshmallow of matcha met wit sjokoladeskyfies.

Terug by die Ivy, meng 'n drankie in die Mansion Bar voordat u gaan eet in Magdalena, die restaurant van die hotel. Sjef Mark Levy se Frans-geïnspireerde disse soos bottergestroopte kreef en gekookte foie gras voel ekstra spesiaal in die gesellige eetkamers met kerse, insluitend een in die voormalige skatkamer van die huis. Moenie die nagereg van die Duitse patisserie Hans-Jurgen Sund misloop nie, insluitend die outentieke en bevredigende appelstrudel.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Begin u dag weer by die Ivy's -restaurant, slegs hierdie keer vir die epiese ontbyt. Die meergangmaaltyd bevat huisgerookte salm, pomelo-brulée en stapels suurlemoen-souffle-pannekoeke bedek met bloubessie-kompote, onder andere op bestelling. Werk die oggendete af met 'n begeleide fietstoer deur die stad se waterfront met Light Street Cycles, verby die historiese Fort McHenry, die oulike Fell's Point en ander buurte aan die rivier. Op pad terug trap ons verby Vaccaro's om 'n cannoli by die een-en-sestigjarige instelling van Little Italy op te tel.

Na die toer van twaalf myl, ry noord na die Remington -woonbuurt om by R. House te gaan brandstof. Die onlangs geopende voedselsaal beslaan 'n lugtige, industriële-geïnspireerde ruimte wat vroeër 'n motorwinkel was en nou die tuiste is van tien sjef-aangedrewe stalletjies (en een draai-pop-up) wat Koreaanse braai, Venezolaanse Arepas, bakke en meer verkoop. Bring u kos op 'n sonnige dag na een van die gemeenskaplike tafels buite op die patio. Gaan daarvandaan noordwaarts na Hampden, waar u 36th Street, ook bekend as die Avenue, vind, met 'n onafhanklike winkel vol karakter. Daar is kitschige geskenkwinkels en vintage boetieks wat vinylplate en helderkleurige kostuumjuweliersware verkoop, Atomic Books, waar Baltimore se eie John Waters waaierpos ontvang, en Ma Petite Shoe —a-skoenwinkel wat ook spesialiseer in sjokolade wat deur die hele wêreld vervaardig is. Pak 'n paar mooi toegedraaide kroeë om huis toe te neem, en eindig u besoek aan die laan by The Charmery vir 'n lepel roomys in seisoenale veranderende geure soos Old Bay-karamel en Berger-koekies en room, gemaak met die geliefde sjokoladegeras koekies van 'n plaaslike bakkery.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

'N Paar minute se ry met die motor is die vriendelike Union Craft Brewing, waar u 'n rondleiding deur die fasiliteit kan neem voordat u die bier op die perseel kan proe. Probeer 'n Duckpin Pale Ale, of, in die somermaande, die Old Pro Tee Time —a tert, verfrissende gans gemaak met plantaardige en vrugte. Vul 'n vulsel met u gunsteling brouery om huis toe te neem; die groot blikkies kan maklik verpak word. Probeer vir aandete die lewendige Bar Vasquez vir 'n Argentynse feesmaal, met empanadas de queso gevul met 'n mengsel van tuisgemaakte ricotta en ander kase, helder ceviche en 'n robuuste steak -spyskaart met verskillende snitte wat uit Uruguay ingevlieg is, en dit alles goed saam met 'n glas rooiwyn en die lewendige musiek elke aand.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Daar is baie waardige ontbytbestemmings in Baltimore, insluitend die nabygeleë Dooby's en Miss Shirley's Café, 'n stadsinstelling, maar vul die onvergeetlike maaltyd van die Ivy in terwyl u kan, en gaan dan na die American Visionary Art Museum. Hierdie unieke museum huisves 'n interessante en pragtige versameling stukke, alles deur selfgeleerde kunstenaars. Die gebou self is ook 'n kunswerk, bedek met skitterende spieëls, glas en porselein, gemaak as deel van 'n mosaïekleerlingprogram vir risiko-jeugdiges. Alhoewel die permanente versameling beslis die moeite werd is om te kyk, is die roterende uitstalling altyd 'n moet-sien, insluitend hierdie jaar se The Great Mystery Show, met stukke geïnspireer deur drome, godsdiens, die ruimte en meer. Maak 'n draai by die bekroonde geskenkwinkel van die museum voordat u kunsboeke en ander snaakse snuisterye gaan soek.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Om u naweek in Charm City af te sluit, klim u op die Baltimore Water Taxi, wat by verskeie buurte aan die water stop, soos Locust Point en Harbour East, waar u die Loch Bar in die Four Season's Hotel vind. Vanuit u sitplek op die sagte buitenterras, geniet u die uitsig oor die binneste hawe terwyl u kreefrolletjies, krapkoeke en enigiets van die uitgestrekte rou kroeg eet. Gekombineer met 'n glas sjampanje of plaaslike ambagsbier, is dit die perfekte slot vir u besoek aan Baltimore.


Kos- en reisnuus

Baltimore is miskien die bekendste vanweë sy skilderagtige Inner Harbor en die tuiste van die gewilde National Aquarium en die skaaldiere, maar hoewel die seelewe indrukwekkend is en niks anders is as om in 'n dosyn Maryland Blue -krappe te kraak wat oorvloedig met pittige Old Bay besprinkel is nie, is daar soveel meer na Charm City. Ry 'n naweek in die historiese woonbuurte, skattejag in vintage winkels aan die Avenue en verken die stad se uiteenlopende voedseltoneel, van die nuutste koshuis in 'n ou motorwinkel tot klein ys in plaaslik geïnspireerde geure, en natuurlik baie vars seekos.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

As u per trein aankom, neem u 'n vinnige en maklike reis vanaf New York, Philadelphia, of 1601C. Die antieke taxi van Ivy in Londen ontmoet u op die stasie. Kyk na die 19de-eeuse herehuis in die historiese Mount Vernon-omgewing, herstel tot sy oorspronklike glans met agtien sagte kamers en suites, 'n spa, serre en gesellige biblioteek. Dit is die enigste stedelike hotel in die land, en u verblyf bied ekstra dienste soos middagete-bediening, 'n minibar met lekkernye soos plaaslik gemaakte kombucha en karamels, en die beste hotelontbyt in u lewe.

Begin met 'n middagete by die Mount Vernon Marketplace, minder as 'n kilometer van die hotel af. Die voormalige pakhuis is omskep in 'n lekker eetkamer met stalletjies wat alles verkoop van vars oesters tot veganistiese sop en ramen. Na die middagete, haal 'n stoelgang by Taps Fill Station, waar die hele spyskaart met bier, wyn, mead, olyfolie en meer op konsep is. Bestel 'n kombucha of nitro koue-brou koffie voordat u 'n paar blokke na die George Peabody-biblioteek stap. Die versameling 19de-eeuse navorsingsmateriaal is deel van die Johns Hopkins Universiteit en is ongelukkig nie bedoel vir openbare leeswerk nie, maar dit is die moeite werd om 'n draai te maak by die asemrowende argitektuur en vermoedelik een van die mooiste biblioteke ter wêreld met sy vyf vlakke van balkonne, versierde kolomme en dakvenster van glas. Oorkant die straat vind u die Walters Art Museum. Met gratis toegang is die museum die tuiste van 'n duisendjarige versameling wat antieke Griekse beeldhouwerke, Europese modernistiese meesterwerke uit die 19de eeu en 'n opvallende versameling Fabergé-eiers bevat. Kyk daarna na die Washington Monument van Mount Vernon, die eerste gedenkteken ter ere van die stigter wat uit 1732 dateer, en klim die wenteltrap binne vir 'n verhewe uitsig oor Sentraal -Baltimore. As u terugstap na die hotel, stop u die hele dag by kafee#160Dooby's vir een van hul tuisgebakte koekies in geure soos Fruity Pebble marshmallow of matcha met wit sjokoladeskyfies.

Terug by die Ivy, meng 'n drankie in die Mansion Bar voordat u gaan eet in Magdalena, die restaurant van die hotel. Sjef Mark Levy se Frans-geïnspireerde geregte soos bottergestroopte kreef en gebrande foie gras voel ekstra spesiaal in die gesellige eetkamers met kerse, insluitend een in die voormalige skatkamer van die huis. Moenie nagereg van die Duitse patisserie Hans-Jurgen Sund misloop nie, insluitend die outentieke en bevredigende appelstrudel.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Begin u dag weer by die Ivy's -restaurant, slegs hierdie keer vir die epiese ontbyt. Die meergangmaaltyd bevat huisgerookte salm, pomelo-brulée en stapels suurlemoen-souffle-pannekoeke bedek met bloubessie-kompote, onder andere op bestelling. Werk die oggendete af met 'n begeleide fietstoer deur die stad se waterfront met Light Street Cycles, verby die historiese Fort McHenry, die oulike Fell's Point en ander buurte aan die rivier. Op pad terug trap ons verby Vaccaro's om 'n cannoli by die een-en-sestigjarige instelling van Little Italy op te tel.

Na die toer van twaalf myl, ry noord na die Remington -woonbuurt om by R. House te gaan brandstof. Die onlangs geopende voedselsaal beslaan 'n lugtige, industriële-geïnspireerde ruimte wat vroeër 'n motorwinkel was en nou die tuiste is van tien sjef-aangedrewe stalletjies (en een draai-pop-up) wat Koreaanse braai, Venezolaanse Arepas, bakke en meer verkoop. Op 'n sonnige dag, neem u kos na een van die gemeenskaplike tafels buite op die patio. Gaan daarvandaan noordwaarts na Hampden, waar u 36th Street, ook bekend as die Avenue, vind, met 'n onafhanklike winkel vol karakter. Daar is kitschige geskenkwinkels en vintage boetieks wat vinylplate en helderkleurige kostuumjuweliersware verkoop, Atomic Books, waar Baltimore se eie John Waters waaierpos ontvang, en Ma Petite Shoe —a-skoenwinkel wat ook spesialiseer in sjokolade wat deur die hele wêreld vervaardig is. Pak 'n paar mooi toegedraaide kroeë om huis toe te neem, en eindig u besoek aan die laan by The Charmery vir 'n lepel roomys in seisoenale veranderende geure soos Old Bay-karamel en Berger-koekies en room, gemaak met die geliefde sjokoladegeras koekies van 'n plaaslike bakkery.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

'N Paar minute met die motor is die vriendelike Union Craft Brewing, waar u 'n draai deur die fasiliteit kan neem voordat u 'n bier op die perseel neem. Probeer 'n Duckpin Pale Ale, of, in die somermaande, die Old Pro Tee Time —a tert, verfrissende gans gemaak met plantaardige en vrugte. Vul 'n vulsel met u gunsteling brouery om huis toe te neem; die groot blikkies kan maklik verpak word. Probeer vir aandete die lewendige Bar Vasquez vir 'n Argentynse feesmaal, met empanadas de queso gevul met 'n mengsel van tuisgemaakte ricotta en ander kase, helder ceviche en 'n robuuste steak -spyskaart met verskillende snitte wat uit Uruguay ingevlieg is, en dit alles goed saam met 'n glas rooiwyn en die lewendige musiek elke aand.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Daar is baie waardige ontbytbestemmings in Baltimore, insluitend die nabygeleë Dooby's en Miss Shirley's Café, 'n stadsinstelling, maar vul die onvergeetlike maaltyd van die Ivy in terwyl u kan, en gaan dan na die American Visionary Art Museum. Hierdie unieke museum huisves 'n interessante en pragtige versameling stukke, alles deur selfgeleerde kunstenaars. Die gebou self is ook 'n kunswerk, bedek met skitterende spieëls, glas en porselein, gemaak as deel van 'n mosaïekleerlingprogram vir risiko-jeugdiges. Alhoewel die permanente versameling beslis die moeite werd is om te kyk, is die roterende uitstalling altyd 'n moet-sien, insluitend hierdie jaar se The Great Mystery Show, met stukke geïnspireer deur drome, godsdiens, die ruimte en meer. Maak 'n draai by die bekroonde geskenkwinkel van die museum voordat u kunsboeke en ander snaakse snuisterye gaan soek.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Om u naweek in Charm City af te sluit, klim u op die Baltimore Water Taxi, wat by verskeie buurte aan die water stop, soos Locust Point en Harbour East, waar u die Loch Bar in die Four Season's Hotel vind. Vanuit u sitplek op die sagte buitenterras, geniet u die uitsig oor die binneste hawe terwyl u kreefrolletjies, krapkoeke en enigiets van die uitgestrekte rou kroeg eet. Gekombineer met 'n glas sjampanje of plaaslike ambagsbier, is dit die perfekte slot vir u besoek aan Baltimore.


Kos- en reisnuus

Baltimore is miskien die bekendste vanweë sy skilderagtige Inner Harbor en die tuiste van die gewilde National Aquarium en die skaaldiere, maar hoewel die seelewe indrukwekkend is en niks anders is as om in 'n dosyn Maryland Blue -krappe te kraak wat oorvloedig met pittige Old Bay besprinkel is nie, is daar soveel meer na Charm City. Ry 'n naweek in die historiese woonbuurte, skattejag in vintage winkels aan die laan en verken die stad se uiteenlopende voedseltoneel, van die nuutste voedselsaal in 'n ou motorwinkel tot klein ys in plaaslik geïnspireerde geure, en natuurlik baie vars seekos.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

As u per trein aankom, neem u 'n vinnige en maklike reis vanaf New York, Philadelphia, of 1601C. Die antieke taxi van Ivy in Londen ontmoet u op die stasie. Kyk na die 19de-eeuse herehuis in die historiese Mount Vernon-omgewing, herstel tot sy oorspronklike glans met agtien sagte kamers en suites, 'n spa, serre en gesellige biblioteek. Dit is die enigste stedelike hotel in die land, en u verblyf bied ekstra dienste soos middagete-bediening, 'n minibar met lekkernye soos plaaslik gemaakte kombucha en karamels, en die beste hotelontbyt in u lewe.

Begin met 'n middagete by die Mount Vernon Marketplace, minder as 'n kilometer van die hotel af. Die voormalige pakhuis is omskep in 'n lekker eetkamer met stalletjies wat alles verkoop van vars oesters tot veganistiese sop en ramen. Na die middagete, haal 'n stoelgang by Taps Fill Station, waar die hele spyskaart met bier, wyn, mead, olyfolie en meer op konsep is. Bestel 'n kombucha of nitro koue-brou koffie voordat u 'n paar blokke na die George Peabody-biblioteek stap. Die versameling 19de-eeuse navorsingsmateriaal is deel van die Johns Hopkins Universiteit en is ongelukkig nie bedoel vir openbare leeswerk nie, maar dit is die moeite werd om 'n draai te maak by die asemrowende argitektuur en vermoedelik een van die mooiste biblioteke ter wêreld met sy vyf vlakke van balkonne, versierde kolomme en dakvenster van glas. Oorkant die straat vind u die Walters Art Museum. Met gratis toegang is die museum die tuiste van 'n versameling wat oor duisende jare strek, met antieke Griekse beeldhouwerke, Europese modernistiese meesterwerke uit die 19de eeu en 'n opvallende versameling Fabergé-eiers. Kyk daarna na die Washington Monument van Mount Vernon, die eerste gedenkteken ter ere van die stigter wat uit 1732 dateer, en klim die wenteltrap binne vir 'n verhewe uitsig oor die sentrale Baltimore. As u terugstap na die hotel, stop u die hele dag by kafee#160Dooby's vir een van hul tuisgebakte koekies in geure soos Fruity Pebble marshmallow of matcha met wit sjokoladeskyfies.

Terug by die Ivy, meng 'n drankie in die Mansion Bar voordat u gaan eet in Magdalena, die restaurant van die hotel. Sjef Mark Levy se Frans-geïnspireerde geregte soos bottergestroopte kreef en gebrande foie gras voel ekstra spesiaal in die gesellige eetkamers met kerse, insluitend een in die voormalige skatkamer van die huis. Moenie die nagereg van die Duitse patisserie Hans-Jurgen Sund misloop nie, insluitend die outentieke en bevredigende appelstrudel.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Begin u dag weer by die Ivy's -restaurant, slegs hierdie keer vir die epiese ontbyt. Die meergangmaaltyd bevat huisgerookte salm, pomelo-brulée en stapels suurlemoen-souffle-pannekoeke bedek met bloubessie-kompote, onder meer op bestelling. Werk die oggendete af met 'n begeleide fietstoer deur die stad se waterfront met Light Street Cycles, verby die historiese Fort McHenry, die eienaardige Fell's Point en ander buurte aan die rivier. Op pad terug trap ons verby Vaccaro's om 'n cannoli by die een-en-sestigjarige instelling van Little Italy op te tel.

Na die toer van twaalf myl, ry noord na die Remington -woonbuurt om by R. House te gaan brandstof. Die onlangs geopende voedselsaal beslaan 'n lugtige, industriële-geïnspireerde ruimte wat vroeër 'n motorwinkel was en nou die tuiste is van tien sjef-aangedrewe stalletjies (en een draai-pop-up) wat Koreaanse braai, Venezolaanse Arepas, bakke en meer verkoop. Bring u kos op 'n sonnige dag na een van die gemeenskaplike tafels buite op die patio. Gaan daarvandaan noordwaarts na Hampden, waar u 36th Street, ook bekend as die Avenue, vind, met 'n onafhanklike winkel vol karakter. Daar is kitschige geskenkwinkels en vintage boetieks wat vinylplate en helderkleurige kostuumjuweliersware verkoop, Atomic Books, waar Baltimore se eie John Waters waaierpos ontvang, en Ma Petite Shoe —a-skoenwinkel wat ook spesialiseer in sjokolade wat deur die hele wêreld vervaardig is. Pak 'n paar mooi toegedraaide kroeë om huis toe te neem, en eindig u besoek aan die laan by The Charmery vir 'n lepel roomys in seisoenale veranderende geure soos Old Bay-karamel en Berger-koekies en room, gemaak met die geliefde sjokoladegeras koekies van 'n plaaslike bakkery.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

'N Paar minute se ry met die motor is die vriendelike Union Craft Brewing, waar u 'n rondleiding deur die fasiliteit kan neem voordat u die bier op die perseel kan proe. Probeer 'n Duckpin Pale Ale, of, in die somermaande, die Old Pro Tee Time —a tert, verfrissende gans gemaak met plantaardige en vrugte. Vul 'n vulsel met u gunsteling brouery om huis toe te neem; die groot blikkies kan maklik verpak word. Probeer vir aandete die lewendige Bar Vasquez vir 'n Argentynse feesmaal, met empanadas de queso gevul met 'n mengsel van tuisgemaakte ricotta en ander kase, helder ceviche en 'n robuuste steak -spyskaart met verskillende snitte wat uit Uruguay ingevlieg is, en dit alles goed saam met 'n glas rooiwyn en die lewendige musiek elke aand.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Daar is baie waardige ontbytbestemmings in Baltimore, insluitend die nabygeleë Dooby's en Miss Shirley's Café, 'n stadsinstelling, maar vul die onvergeetlike maaltyd van die Ivy in terwyl u kan, en gaan dan na die American Visionary Art Museum. Hierdie unieke museum huisves 'n interessante en pragtige versameling stukke, alles deur selfgeleerde kunstenaars. Die gebou self is ook 'n kunswerk, bedek met skitterende spieëls, glas en porselein, gemaak as deel van 'n mosaïekleerlingprogram vir risiko-jeugdiges. Alhoewel die permanente versameling beslis die moeite werd is om te kyk, is die roterende uitstalling altyd 'n moet-sien, insluitend hierdie jaar se The Great Mystery Show, met stukke geïnspireer deur drome, godsdiens, die ruimte en meer. Maak 'n draai by die bekroonde geskenkwinkel van die museum voordat u kunsboeke en ander snaakse snuisterye gaan soek.

Met vergunning van Visit Baltimore

Om u naweek in Charm City af te sluit, klim u op die Baltimore Water Taxi, wat by verskeie buurte aan die water stop, soos Locust Point en Harbour East, waar u die Loch Bar in die Four Season's Hotel vind. Vanuit u sitplek op die sagte buitenterras, geniet u die uitsig oor die binneste hawe terwyl u kreefrolletjies, krapkoeke en enigiets van die uitgestrekte rou kroeg eet. Gekombineer met 'n glas Champagne of plaaslike ambagsbier, is dit die perfekte slot vir u besoek aan Baltimore.


Kos- en reisnuus

Baltimore is miskien die bekendste vanweë sy skilderagtige Inner Harbor en die tuiste van die gewilde National Aquarium en die skaaldiere, maar hoewel die seelewe indrukwekkend is en niks anders is as om in 'n dosyn Maryland Blue -krappe te kraak wat oorvloedig met pittige Old Bay besprinkel is nie, is daar soveel meer na Charm City. Ry 'n naweek in die historiese woonbuurte, skattejag in vintage winkels aan die Avenue en verken die stad se uiteenlopende voedseltoneel, van die nuutste koshuis in 'n ou motorwinkel tot klein ys in plaaslik geïnspireerde geure, en natuurlik baie vars seekos.

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As u per trein aankom, neem u 'n vinnige en maklike reis vanaf New York, Philadelphia, of 1601C. Die antieke taxi van Ivy in Londen ontmoet u op die stasie. Gaan na die 19de-eeuse herehuis in die historiese Mount Vernon-omgewing, herstel tot sy oorspronklike glans met agtien sagte kamers en suites, 'n spa, serre en gesellige biblioteek. Dit is die enigste stedelike hotel in die land, en u verblyf bied ekstra dienste soos middagete-bediening, 'n minibar met lekkernye soos plaaslik gemaakte kombucha en karamels, en die beste hotelontbyt in u lewe.

Begin met 'n middagete by die Mount Vernon Marketplace, minder as 'n kilometer van die hotel af. Die voormalige pakhuis is omskep in 'n lekker eetkamer met stalletjies wat alles verkoop van vars oesters tot veganistiese sop en ramen. Na die middagete, haal 'n stoelgang by Taps Fill Station, waar die hele spyskaart met bier, wyn, mead, olyfolie en meer op konsep is. Bestel 'n kombucha of nitro koue-brou koffie voordat u 'n paar blokke na die George Peabody-biblioteek stap. Die versameling 19de-eeuse navorsingsmateriaal is deel van die Johns Hopkins Universiteit en is ongelukkig nie bedoel vir openbare leeswerk nie, maar dit is die moeite werd om 'n draai te maak by die asemrowende argitektuur en vermoedelik een van die mooiste biblioteke ter wêreld met sy vyf vlakke van balkonne, versierde kolomme en dakvenster van glas. Oorkant die straat vind u die Walters Art Museum. Met gratis toegang is die museum die tuiste van 'n versameling wat oor duisende jare strek, met antieke Griekse beeldhouwerke, Europese modernistiese meesterwerke uit die 19de eeu en 'n opvallende versameling Fabergé-eiers. Kyk daarna na die Washington Monument van Mount Vernon, die eerste gedenkteken ter ere van die stigter wat uit 1732 dateer, en klim die wenteltrap binne vir 'n verhewe uitsig oor Sentraal -Baltimore. As u terugstap na die hotel, stop u die hele dag by kafee#160Dooby's vir een van hul tuisgebakte koekies in geure soos Fruity Pebble marshmallow of matcha met wit sjokoladeskyfies.

Terug by die Ivy, meng 'n drankie in die Mansion Bar voordat u gaan eet in Magdalena, die restaurant van die hotel. Sjef Mark Levy se Frans-geïnspireerde geregte soos bottergestroopte kreef en gebrande foie gras voel ekstra spesiaal in die gesellige eetkamers met kerse, insluitend een in die voormalige skatkamer van die huis. Moenie nagereg van die Duitse patisserie Hans-Jurgen Sund misloop nie, insluitend die outentieke en bevredigende appelstrudel.

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Begin u dag weer by die Ivy's -restaurant, slegs hierdie keer vir die epiese ontbyt. Die meergangmaaltyd bevat huisgerookte salm, pomelo-brulée en stapels suurlemoen-souffle-pannekoeke bedek met bloubessie-kompote, onder andere op bestelling. Werk die oggendete af met 'n begeleide fietstoer deur die stad se waterfront met Light Street Cycles, verby die historiese Fort McHenry, die oulike Fell's Point en ander buurte aan die rivier. Op pad terug trap ons verby Vaccaro's om 'n cannoli by die een-en-sestigjarige instelling van Little Italy op te tel.

Na die toer van twaalf myl, ry noord na die Remington -woonbuurt om by R. House te gaan brandstof. Die onlangs geopende voedselsaal beslaan 'n lugtige, industriële-geïnspireerde ruimte wat vroeër 'n motorwinkel was en nou die tuiste is van tien sjefstalletjies (en een draai-pop-up) wat Koreaanse braai, Venezolaanse Arepas, bakke en meer verkoop. Bring u kos op 'n sonnige dag na een van die gemeenskaplike tafels buite op die patio. Gaan daarvandaan noordwaarts na Hampden, waar u 36th Street, ook bekend as die Avenue, vind, met 'n onafhanklike winkel vol karakter. Daar is kitschige geskenkwinkels en vintage boetieks wat vinylplate en helderkleurige kostuumjuweliersware verkoop, Atomic Books, waar Baltimore se eie John Waters waaierpos ontvang, en Ma Petite Shoe —a-skoenwinkel wat ook spesialiseer in sjokolade wat deur die hele wêreld vervaardig is. Pak 'n paar mooi toegedraaide kroeë om huis toe te neem, en eindig u besoek aan die laan by The Charmery vir 'n lepel roomys in seisoenale veranderende geure soos Old Bay-karamel en Berger-koekies en room, gemaak met die geliefde sjokoladegeras koekies van 'n plaaslike bakkery.

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'N Paar minute se ry met die motor is die vriendelike Union Craft Brewing, waar u 'n rondleiding deur die fasiliteit kan neem voordat u die bier op die perseel kan proe. Probeer 'n Duckpin Pale Ale, of, in die somermaande, die Old Pro Tee Time —a tert, verfrissende gans gemaak met plantaardige en vrugte. Vul 'n vulsel met u gunsteling brouery om huis toe te neem; die groot blikkies kan maklik verpak word. Probeer vir aandete die lewendige Bar Vasquez vir 'n Argentynse feesmaal, met empanadas de queso gevul met 'n mengsel van tuisgemaakte ricotta en ander kase, helder ceviche en 'n robuuste steak -spyskaart met verskillende snitte wat uit Uruguay ingevlieg is, en dit alles goed saam met 'n glas rooiwyn en die lewendige musiek elke aand.

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Daar is baie waardige ontbytbestemmings in Baltimore, insluitend die nabygeleë Dooby's en Miss Shirley's Café, 'n stadsinstelling, maar vul die onvergeetlike maaltyd van die Ivy in terwyl u kan, en gaan dan na die American Visionary Art Museum. Hierdie unieke museum huisves 'n interessante en pragtige versameling stukke, alles deur selfgeleerde kunstenaars. Die gebou self is ook 'n kunswerk, bedek met skitterende spieëls, glas en porselein, gemaak as deel van 'n mosaïekleerlingprogram vir risiko-jeugdiges. Alhoewel die permanente versameling beslis die moeite werd is om te kyk, is die roterende uitstalling altyd 'n moet-sien, insluitend hierdie jaar se The Great Mystery Show, met stukke geïnspireer deur drome, godsdiens, die ruimte en meer. Maak 'n draai by die bekroonde geskenkwinkel van die museum voordat u kunsboeke en ander snaakse snuisterye gaan soek.

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Om u naweek in Charm City af te sluit, klim u op die Baltimore Water Taxi, wat by verskeie buurte aan die water stop, soos Locust Point en Harbour East, waar u die Loch Bar in die Four Season's Hotel vind. Vanuit u sitplek op die sagte buitenterras, geniet u die uitsig oor die binneste hawe terwyl u kreefrolletjies, krapkoeke en enigiets van die uitgestrekte rou kroeg eet. Gekombineer met 'n glas sjampanje of plaaslike ambagsbier, is dit die perfekte slot vir u besoek aan Baltimore.


Kos- en reisnuus

Baltimore is miskien die bekendste om sy skilderagtige Inner Harbour, tuis in die gewilde National Aquarium en skaaldiere, maar hoewel die seelewe indrukwekkend is en niks anders is as om in 'n dosyn Maryland Blue -krappe te kraak wat oorvloedig met pittige Old Bay besprinkel is nie, is daar soveel meer na Charm City. Spend a weekend biking around historic neighborhoods, treasure hunting in vintage shops on the Avenue and exploring the city's diverse food scene, from the newest food hall housed in an old auto body shop to small-batch ice cream made in locally-inspired flavors, and of course, plenty of fresh seafood.

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If you arrive by train—a quick and easy trip from New York City, Philadelphia, or D.C.—The Ivy's antique London taxi cab will meet you at the station. Check into the 19th-century mansion situated in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, restored to its original splendor with eighteen plush guestrooms and suites, a spa, conservatory and cozy library. The country's only highly-inclusive urban hotel, your stay comes with extras like afternoon tea service, a minibar stocked with goodies like locally made kombucha and caramels, and what may be the best hotel breakfast of your life.

Before sightseeing, start with lunch at the Mount Vernon Marketplace, located less than a mile from the hotel. The former warehouse was transformed into a fun food hall with stalls selling everything from freshly-shucked local oysters to vegan soups and ramen. After lunch, pull up a stool at Taps Fill Station, where the entire menu of beer, wine, mead, olive oil and more is on draft. Order a kombucha or nitro cold-brew coffee before walking a few blocks to the George Peabody Library. The collection of 19th-century research materials is part Johns Hopkins University and sadly, isn't meant for public book perusing, but it's worth a stop in to gape at the stunning architecture—thought to be one of the most beautiful libraries in the world with its five tiers of balconies, ornate columns and glass skylight ceiling. Across the street find the Walters Art Museum. With free entry, the museum is home to a millennia-spanning collection that includes ancient Greek sculptures, 19th-cen tury European modernist masterpieces and a notable collection of Fabergé eggs. Afterward check out Mount Vernon's Washington Monument, the first memorial honoring the founding father that dates back to 1732, and climb the spiral staircase inside for a lofty view of central Baltimore. On the walk back to the hotel, stop into all-day café Dooby's for one of their house-baked cookies in flavors like Fruity Pebble marshmallow or matcha with white chocolate chips.

Back at the Ivy, mix yourself a drink in the Mansion Bar before sitting down to dinner at Magdalena, the hotel's on-site restaurant. Chef Mark Levy's French-inspired dishes like butter poached lobster and seared foie gras feel extra special in the cozy, candlelit dining rooms, including one situated in the home's former treasury. Don't miss dessert from German pastry chef Hans-Jurgen Sund, including the authentic and satisfying apple strudel.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

Start your day at the Ivy's restaurant again, only this time for the epic breakfast. The multi-course feast features house smoked salmon, grapefruit brulée and stacks of lemon souffle pancakes drizzled with blueberry compote, among other made-to-order delights. Work off the morning meal with a guided bike tour of the city's waterfront with Light Street Cycles, passing historic Fort McHenry, quaint Fell's Point and other riverfront neighborhoods. On the way back pedal past Vaccaro's to pick up a cannoli at the sixty-one year-old Little Italy institution.

After the twelve mile tour, head north to the Remington neighborhood to refuel at R. House. The recently opened food hall occupies an airy, industrial-inspired space that was once an auto body shop and is now home to ten chef-driven stalls (and one rotating pop-up) selling Korean barbecue, Venezuelan Arepas, poke bowls and more. On a sunny day, take your food to one of the communal tables outside on the wrap around patio. From there, head north to Hampden, where you'll find 36th street—also known as the Avenue—lined with independent shop loaded with character. There are kitschy gift shops and vintage boutiques selling vinyl records and brightly colored costume jewelry, Atomic Books, where Baltimore's own John Waters receives fan mail, and Ma Petite Shoe—a shoe shop that also specializes in artisan-made chocolates from around the world. Pick up a few beautifully-wrapped bars to take home, and end your visit to the Avenue at The Charmery for a scoop of ice cream in seasona lly-changing flavors like Old Bay caramel and Berger Cookies and Cream, made with the beloved chocolate frosted cookies from a local bakery.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

A few minutes away by car is the friendly Union Craft Brewing, where you can take a tour of the facility before sampling from the brewed-on-site beer. Try a Duckpin Pale Ale, or, in the summer months, the Old Pro Tee Time—a tart, refreshing gose made with botanicals and fruit. Fill a crowler with your favorite brew to take home, the oversized cans are easily packable. For dinner, try the lively Bar Vasquez for an Argentinian feast, with empanadas de queso stuffed with a mix of housemade ricotta and other cheeses, bright ceviche, and a robust steak menu featuring various cuts flown in from Uruguay—all of which pairs well with a glass of red wine and the nightly live music.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

There are plenty of worthy breakfast destinations in Baltimore, including the nearby Dooby's and Miss Shirley's Café, a city institution, but fill up on the Ivy's memorable meal while you can, and then head to the American Visionary Art Museum. This unique museum houses an intriguing and delightful collection of pieces, all by self-taught artists. The building itself is also a work of art, covered in dazzling mirror, glass and china, created as part of a mosaic apprentice program for at-risk youth. While the permanent collection is definitely worth a look, the rotating exhibition is always a must-see, including this year's The Great Mystery Show, featuring pieces inspired by dreams, religion, outer space, and more. Stop by the museum's award-winning gift shop before you go for art books and other quirky trinkets.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

To cap off your weekend in Charm City, board the Baltimore Water Taxi, which makes stops at several waterfront neighborhoods, like Locust Point and Harbor East, where you'll find the Loch Bar at the Four Season's Hotel. From your perch on the plush outdoor patio, take in sweeping views of the Inner Harbor while snacking on lobster rolls, crabcakes, and anything from the expansive raw bar. Paired with a glass of Champagne or local craft beer, it's the perfect finale to your visit to Baltimore.


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Baltimore may be best known for its picturesque Inner Harbor—home to the popular National Aquarium—and crustacean bounty, but while the sealife is impressive and there's nothing quite like cracking into a dozen Maryland Blue crabs liberally sprinkled with spicy Old Bay, there's so much more to Charm City. Spend a weekend biking around historic neighborhoods, treasure hunting in vintage shops on the Avenue and exploring the city's diverse food scene, from the newest food hall housed in an old auto body shop to small-batch ice cream made in locally-inspired flavors, and of course, plenty of fresh seafood.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

If you arrive by train—a quick and easy trip from New York City, Philadelphia, or D.C.—The Ivy's antique London taxi cab will meet you at the station. Check into the 19th-century mansion situated in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, restored to its original splendor with eighteen plush guestrooms and suites, a spa, conservatory and cozy library. The country's only highly-inclusive urban hotel, your stay comes with extras like afternoon tea service, a minibar stocked with goodies like locally made kombucha and caramels, and what may be the best hotel breakfast of your life.

Before sightseeing, start with lunch at the Mount Vernon Marketplace, located less than a mile from the hotel. The former warehouse was transformed into a fun food hall with stalls selling everything from freshly-shucked local oysters to vegan soups and ramen. After lunch, pull up a stool at Taps Fill Station, where the entire menu of beer, wine, mead, olive oil and more is on draft. Order a kombucha or nitro cold-brew coffee before walking a few blocks to the George Peabody Library. The collection of 19th-century research materials is part Johns Hopkins University and sadly, isn't meant for public book perusing, but it's worth a stop in to gape at the stunning architecture—thought to be one of the most beautiful libraries in the world with its five tiers of balconies, ornate columns and glass skylight ceiling. Across the street find the Walters Art Museum. With free entry, the museum is home to a millennia-spanning collection that includes ancient Greek sculptures, 19th-cen tury European modernist masterpieces and a notable collection of Fabergé eggs. Afterward check out Mount Vernon's Washington Monument, the first memorial honoring the founding father that dates back to 1732, and climb the spiral staircase inside for a lofty view of central Baltimore. On the walk back to the hotel, stop into all-day café Dooby's for one of their house-baked cookies in flavors like Fruity Pebble marshmallow or matcha with white chocolate chips.

Back at the Ivy, mix yourself a drink in the Mansion Bar before sitting down to dinner at Magdalena, the hotel's on-site restaurant. Chef Mark Levy's French-inspired dishes like butter poached lobster and seared foie gras feel extra special in the cozy, candlelit dining rooms, including one situated in the home's former treasury. Don't miss dessert from German pastry chef Hans-Jurgen Sund, including the authentic and satisfying apple strudel.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

Start your day at the Ivy's restaurant again, only this time for the epic breakfast. The multi-course feast features house smoked salmon, grapefruit brulée and stacks of lemon souffle pancakes drizzled with blueberry compote, among other made-to-order delights. Work off the morning meal with a guided bike tour of the city's waterfront with Light Street Cycles, passing historic Fort McHenry, quaint Fell's Point and other riverfront neighborhoods. On the way back pedal past Vaccaro's to pick up a cannoli at the sixty-one year-old Little Italy institution.

After the twelve mile tour, head north to the Remington neighborhood to refuel at R. House. The recently opened food hall occupies an airy, industrial-inspired space that was once an auto body shop and is now home to ten chef-driven stalls (and one rotating pop-up) selling Korean barbecue, Venezuelan Arepas, poke bowls and more. On a sunny day, take your food to one of the communal tables outside on the wrap around patio. From there, head north to Hampden, where you'll find 36th street—also known as the Avenue—lined with independent shop loaded with character. There are kitschy gift shops and vintage boutiques selling vinyl records and brightly colored costume jewelry, Atomic Books, where Baltimore's own John Waters receives fan mail, and Ma Petite Shoe—a shoe shop that also specializes in artisan-made chocolates from around the world. Pick up a few beautifully-wrapped bars to take home, and end your visit to the Avenue at The Charmery for a scoop of ice cream in seasona lly-changing flavors like Old Bay caramel and Berger Cookies and Cream, made with the beloved chocolate frosted cookies from a local bakery.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

A few minutes away by car is the friendly Union Craft Brewing, where you can take a tour of the facility before sampling from the brewed-on-site beer. Try a Duckpin Pale Ale, or, in the summer months, the Old Pro Tee Time—a tart, refreshing gose made with botanicals and fruit. Fill a crowler with your favorite brew to take home, the oversized cans are easily packable. For dinner, try the lively Bar Vasquez for an Argentinian feast, with empanadas de queso stuffed with a mix of housemade ricotta and other cheeses, bright ceviche, and a robust steak menu featuring various cuts flown in from Uruguay—all of which pairs well with a glass of red wine and the nightly live music.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

There are plenty of worthy breakfast destinations in Baltimore, including the nearby Dooby's and Miss Shirley's Café, a city institution, but fill up on the Ivy's memorable meal while you can, and then head to the American Visionary Art Museum. This unique museum houses an intriguing and delightful collection of pieces, all by self-taught artists. The building itself is also a work of art, covered in dazzling mirror, glass and china, created as part of a mosaic apprentice program for at-risk youth. While the permanent collection is definitely worth a look, the rotating exhibition is always a must-see, including this year's The Great Mystery Show, featuring pieces inspired by dreams, religion, outer space, and more. Stop by the museum's award-winning gift shop before you go for art books and other quirky trinkets.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

To cap off your weekend in Charm City, board the Baltimore Water Taxi, which makes stops at several waterfront neighborhoods, like Locust Point and Harbor East, where you'll find the Loch Bar at the Four Season's Hotel. From your perch on the plush outdoor patio, take in sweeping views of the Inner Harbor while snacking on lobster rolls, crabcakes, and anything from the expansive raw bar. Paired with a glass of Champagne or local craft beer, it's the perfect finale to your visit to Baltimore.


Food and Travel News

Baltimore may be best known for its picturesque Inner Harbor—home to the popular National Aquarium—and crustacean bounty, but while the sealife is impressive and there's nothing quite like cracking into a dozen Maryland Blue crabs liberally sprinkled with spicy Old Bay, there's so much more to Charm City. Spend a weekend biking around historic neighborhoods, treasure hunting in vintage shops on the Avenue and exploring the city's diverse food scene, from the newest food hall housed in an old auto body shop to small-batch ice cream made in locally-inspired flavors, and of course, plenty of fresh seafood.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

If you arrive by train—a quick and easy trip from New York City, Philadelphia, or D.C.—The Ivy's antique London taxi cab will meet you at the station. Check into the 19th-century mansion situated in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, restored to its original splendor with eighteen plush guestrooms and suites, a spa, conservatory and cozy library. The country's only highly-inclusive urban hotel, your stay comes with extras like afternoon tea service, a minibar stocked with goodies like locally made kombucha and caramels, and what may be the best hotel breakfast of your life.

Before sightseeing, start with lunch at the Mount Vernon Marketplace, located less than a mile from the hotel. The former warehouse was transformed into a fun food hall with stalls selling everything from freshly-shucked local oysters to vegan soups and ramen. After lunch, pull up a stool at Taps Fill Station, where the entire menu of beer, wine, mead, olive oil and more is on draft. Order a kombucha or nitro cold-brew coffee before walking a few blocks to the George Peabody Library. The collection of 19th-century research materials is part Johns Hopkins University and sadly, isn't meant for public book perusing, but it's worth a stop in to gape at the stunning architecture—thought to be one of the most beautiful libraries in the world with its five tiers of balconies, ornate columns and glass skylight ceiling. Across the street find the Walters Art Museum. With free entry, the museum is home to a millennia-spanning collection that includes ancient Greek sculptures, 19th-cen tury European modernist masterpieces and a notable collection of Fabergé eggs. Afterward check out Mount Vernon's Washington Monument, the first memorial honoring the founding father that dates back to 1732, and climb the spiral staircase inside for a lofty view of central Baltimore. On the walk back to the hotel, stop into all-day café Dooby's for one of their house-baked cookies in flavors like Fruity Pebble marshmallow or matcha with white chocolate chips.

Back at the Ivy, mix yourself a drink in the Mansion Bar before sitting down to dinner at Magdalena, the hotel's on-site restaurant. Chef Mark Levy's French-inspired dishes like butter poached lobster and seared foie gras feel extra special in the cozy, candlelit dining rooms, including one situated in the home's former treasury. Don't miss dessert from German pastry chef Hans-Jurgen Sund, including the authentic and satisfying apple strudel.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

Start your day at the Ivy's restaurant again, only this time for the epic breakfast. The multi-course feast features house smoked salmon, grapefruit brulée and stacks of lemon souffle pancakes drizzled with blueberry compote, among other made-to-order delights. Work off the morning meal with a guided bike tour of the city's waterfront with Light Street Cycles, passing historic Fort McHenry, quaint Fell's Point and other riverfront neighborhoods. On the way back pedal past Vaccaro's to pick up a cannoli at the sixty-one year-old Little Italy institution.

After the twelve mile tour, head north to the Remington neighborhood to refuel at R. House. The recently opened food hall occupies an airy, industrial-inspired space that was once an auto body shop and is now home to ten chef-driven stalls (and one rotating pop-up) selling Korean barbecue, Venezuelan Arepas, poke bowls and more. On a sunny day, take your food to one of the communal tables outside on the wrap around patio. From there, head north to Hampden, where you'll find 36th street—also known as the Avenue—lined with independent shop loaded with character. There are kitschy gift shops and vintage boutiques selling vinyl records and brightly colored costume jewelry, Atomic Books, where Baltimore's own John Waters receives fan mail, and Ma Petite Shoe—a shoe shop that also specializes in artisan-made chocolates from around the world. Pick up a few beautifully-wrapped bars to take home, and end your visit to the Avenue at The Charmery for a scoop of ice cream in seasona lly-changing flavors like Old Bay caramel and Berger Cookies and Cream, made with the beloved chocolate frosted cookies from a local bakery.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

A few minutes away by car is the friendly Union Craft Brewing, where you can take a tour of the facility before sampling from the brewed-on-site beer. Try a Duckpin Pale Ale, or, in the summer months, the Old Pro Tee Time—a tart, refreshing gose made with botanicals and fruit. Fill a crowler with your favorite brew to take home, the oversized cans are easily packable. For dinner, try the lively Bar Vasquez for an Argentinian feast, with empanadas de queso stuffed with a mix of housemade ricotta and other cheeses, bright ceviche, and a robust steak menu featuring various cuts flown in from Uruguay—all of which pairs well with a glass of red wine and the nightly live music.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

There are plenty of worthy breakfast destinations in Baltimore, including the nearby Dooby's and Miss Shirley's Café, a city institution, but fill up on the Ivy's memorable meal while you can, and then head to the American Visionary Art Museum. This unique museum houses an intriguing and delightful collection of pieces, all by self-taught artists. The building itself is also a work of art, covered in dazzling mirror, glass and china, created as part of a mosaic apprentice program for at-risk youth. While the permanent collection is definitely worth a look, the rotating exhibition is always a must-see, including this year's The Great Mystery Show, featuring pieces inspired by dreams, religion, outer space, and more. Stop by the museum's award-winning gift shop before you go for art books and other quirky trinkets.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

To cap off your weekend in Charm City, board the Baltimore Water Taxi, which makes stops at several waterfront neighborhoods, like Locust Point and Harbor East, where you'll find the Loch Bar at the Four Season's Hotel. From your perch on the plush outdoor patio, take in sweeping views of the Inner Harbor while snacking on lobster rolls, crabcakes, and anything from the expansive raw bar. Paired with a glass of Champagne or local craft beer, it's the perfect finale to your visit to Baltimore.


Food and Travel News

Baltimore may be best known for its picturesque Inner Harbor—home to the popular National Aquarium—and crustacean bounty, but while the sealife is impressive and there's nothing quite like cracking into a dozen Maryland Blue crabs liberally sprinkled with spicy Old Bay, there's so much more to Charm City. Spend a weekend biking around historic neighborhoods, treasure hunting in vintage shops on the Avenue and exploring the city's diverse food scene, from the newest food hall housed in an old auto body shop to small-batch ice cream made in locally-inspired flavors, and of course, plenty of fresh seafood.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

If you arrive by train—a quick and easy trip from New York City, Philadelphia, or D.C.—The Ivy's antique London taxi cab will meet you at the station. Check into the 19th-century mansion situated in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, restored to its original splendor with eighteen plush guestrooms and suites, a spa, conservatory and cozy library. The country's only highly-inclusive urban hotel, your stay comes with extras like afternoon tea service, a minibar stocked with goodies like locally made kombucha and caramels, and what may be the best hotel breakfast of your life.

Before sightseeing, start with lunch at the Mount Vernon Marketplace, located less than a mile from the hotel. The former warehouse was transformed into a fun food hall with stalls selling everything from freshly-shucked local oysters to vegan soups and ramen. After lunch, pull up a stool at Taps Fill Station, where the entire menu of beer, wine, mead, olive oil and more is on draft. Order a kombucha or nitro cold-brew coffee before walking a few blocks to the George Peabody Library. The collection of 19th-century research materials is part Johns Hopkins University and sadly, isn't meant for public book perusing, but it's worth a stop in to gape at the stunning architecture—thought to be one of the most beautiful libraries in the world with its five tiers of balconies, ornate columns and glass skylight ceiling. Across the street find the Walters Art Museum. With free entry, the museum is home to a millennia-spanning collection that includes ancient Greek sculptures, 19th-cen tury European modernist masterpieces and a notable collection of Fabergé eggs. Afterward check out Mount Vernon's Washington Monument, the first memorial honoring the founding father that dates back to 1732, and climb the spiral staircase inside for a lofty view of central Baltimore. On the walk back to the hotel, stop into all-day café Dooby's for one of their house-baked cookies in flavors like Fruity Pebble marshmallow or matcha with white chocolate chips.

Back at the Ivy, mix yourself a drink in the Mansion Bar before sitting down to dinner at Magdalena, the hotel's on-site restaurant. Chef Mark Levy's French-inspired dishes like butter poached lobster and seared foie gras feel extra special in the cozy, candlelit dining rooms, including one situated in the home's former treasury. Don't miss dessert from German pastry chef Hans-Jurgen Sund, including the authentic and satisfying apple strudel.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

Start your day at the Ivy's restaurant again, only this time for the epic breakfast. The multi-course feast features house smoked salmon, grapefruit brulée and stacks of lemon souffle pancakes drizzled with blueberry compote, among other made-to-order delights. Work off the morning meal with a guided bike tour of the city's waterfront with Light Street Cycles, passing historic Fort McHenry, quaint Fell's Point and other riverfront neighborhoods. On the way back pedal past Vaccaro's to pick up a cannoli at the sixty-one year-old Little Italy institution.

After the twelve mile tour, head north to the Remington neighborhood to refuel at R. House. The recently opened food hall occupies an airy, industrial-inspired space that was once an auto body shop and is now home to ten chef-driven stalls (and one rotating pop-up) selling Korean barbecue, Venezuelan Arepas, poke bowls and more. On a sunny day, take your food to one of the communal tables outside on the wrap around patio. From there, head north to Hampden, where you'll find 36th street—also known as the Avenue—lined with independent shop loaded with character. There are kitschy gift shops and vintage boutiques selling vinyl records and brightly colored costume jewelry, Atomic Books, where Baltimore's own John Waters receives fan mail, and Ma Petite Shoe—a shoe shop that also specializes in artisan-made chocolates from around the world. Pick up a few beautifully-wrapped bars to take home, and end your visit to the Avenue at The Charmery for a scoop of ice cream in seasona lly-changing flavors like Old Bay caramel and Berger Cookies and Cream, made with the beloved chocolate frosted cookies from a local bakery.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

A few minutes away by car is the friendly Union Craft Brewing, where you can take a tour of the facility before sampling from the brewed-on-site beer. Try a Duckpin Pale Ale, or, in the summer months, the Old Pro Tee Time—a tart, refreshing gose made with botanicals and fruit. Fill a crowler with your favorite brew to take home, the oversized cans are easily packable. For dinner, try the lively Bar Vasquez for an Argentinian feast, with empanadas de queso stuffed with a mix of housemade ricotta and other cheeses, bright ceviche, and a robust steak menu featuring various cuts flown in from Uruguay—all of which pairs well with a glass of red wine and the nightly live music.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

There are plenty of worthy breakfast destinations in Baltimore, including the nearby Dooby's and Miss Shirley's Café, a city institution, but fill up on the Ivy's memorable meal while you can, and then head to the American Visionary Art Museum. This unique museum houses an intriguing and delightful collection of pieces, all by self-taught artists. The building itself is also a work of art, covered in dazzling mirror, glass and china, created as part of a mosaic apprentice program for at-risk youth. While the permanent collection is definitely worth a look, the rotating exhibition is always a must-see, including this year's The Great Mystery Show, featuring pieces inspired by dreams, religion, outer space, and more. Stop by the museum's award-winning gift shop before you go for art books and other quirky trinkets.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

To cap off your weekend in Charm City, board the Baltimore Water Taxi, which makes stops at several waterfront neighborhoods, like Locust Point and Harbor East, where you'll find the Loch Bar at the Four Season's Hotel. From your perch on the plush outdoor patio, take in sweeping views of the Inner Harbor while snacking on lobster rolls, crabcakes, and anything from the expansive raw bar. Paired with a glass of Champagne or local craft beer, it's the perfect finale to your visit to Baltimore.


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Baltimore may be best known for its picturesque Inner Harbor—home to the popular National Aquarium—and crustacean bounty, but while the sealife is impressive and there's nothing quite like cracking into a dozen Maryland Blue crabs liberally sprinkled with spicy Old Bay, there's so much more to Charm City. Spend a weekend biking around historic neighborhoods, treasure hunting in vintage shops on the Avenue and exploring the city's diverse food scene, from the newest food hall housed in an old auto body shop to small-batch ice cream made in locally-inspired flavors, and of course, plenty of fresh seafood.

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If you arrive by train—a quick and easy trip from New York City, Philadelphia, or D.C.—The Ivy's antique London taxi cab will meet you at the station. Check into the 19th-century mansion situated in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, restored to its original splendor with eighteen plush guestrooms and suites, a spa, conservatory and cozy library. The country's only highly-inclusive urban hotel, your stay comes with extras like afternoon tea service, a minibar stocked with goodies like locally made kombucha and caramels, and what may be the best hotel breakfast of your life.

Before sightseeing, start with lunch at the Mount Vernon Marketplace, located less than a mile from the hotel. The former warehouse was transformed into a fun food hall with stalls selling everything from freshly-shucked local oysters to vegan soups and ramen. After lunch, pull up a stool at Taps Fill Station, where the entire menu of beer, wine, mead, olive oil and more is on draft. Order a kombucha or nitro cold-brew coffee before walking a few blocks to the George Peabody Library. The collection of 19th-century research materials is part Johns Hopkins University and sadly, isn't meant for public book perusing, but it's worth a stop in to gape at the stunning architecture—thought to be one of the most beautiful libraries in the world with its five tiers of balconies, ornate columns and glass skylight ceiling. Across the street find the Walters Art Museum. With free entry, the museum is home to a millennia-spanning collection that includes ancient Greek sculptures, 19th-cen tury European modernist masterpieces and a notable collection of Fabergé eggs. Afterward check out Mount Vernon's Washington Monument, the first memorial honoring the founding father that dates back to 1732, and climb the spiral staircase inside for a lofty view of central Baltimore. On the walk back to the hotel, stop into all-day café Dooby's for one of their house-baked cookies in flavors like Fruity Pebble marshmallow or matcha with white chocolate chips.

Back at the Ivy, mix yourself a drink in the Mansion Bar before sitting down to dinner at Magdalena, the hotel's on-site restaurant. Chef Mark Levy's French-inspired dishes like butter poached lobster and seared foie gras feel extra special in the cozy, candlelit dining rooms, including one situated in the home's former treasury. Don't miss dessert from German pastry chef Hans-Jurgen Sund, including the authentic and satisfying apple strudel.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

Start your day at the Ivy's restaurant again, only this time for the epic breakfast. The multi-course feast features house smoked salmon, grapefruit brulée and stacks of lemon souffle pancakes drizzled with blueberry compote, among other made-to-order delights. Work off the morning meal with a guided bike tour of the city's waterfront with Light Street Cycles, passing historic Fort McHenry, quaint Fell's Point and other riverfront neighborhoods. On the way back pedal past Vaccaro's to pick up a cannoli at the sixty-one year-old Little Italy institution.

After the twelve mile tour, head north to the Remington neighborhood to refuel at R. House. The recently opened food hall occupies an airy, industrial-inspired space that was once an auto body shop and is now home to ten chef-driven stalls (and one rotating pop-up) selling Korean barbecue, Venezuelan Arepas, poke bowls and more. On a sunny day, take your food to one of the communal tables outside on the wrap around patio. From there, head north to Hampden, where you'll find 36th street—also known as the Avenue—lined with independent shop loaded with character. There are kitschy gift shops and vintage boutiques selling vinyl records and brightly colored costume jewelry, Atomic Books, where Baltimore's own John Waters receives fan mail, and Ma Petite Shoe—a shoe shop that also specializes in artisan-made chocolates from around the world. Pick up a few beautifully-wrapped bars to take home, and end your visit to the Avenue at The Charmery for a scoop of ice cream in seasona lly-changing flavors like Old Bay caramel and Berger Cookies and Cream, made with the beloved chocolate frosted cookies from a local bakery.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

A few minutes away by car is the friendly Union Craft Brewing, where you can take a tour of the facility before sampling from the brewed-on-site beer. Try a Duckpin Pale Ale, or, in the summer months, the Old Pro Tee Time—a tart, refreshing gose made with botanicals and fruit. Fill a crowler with your favorite brew to take home, the oversized cans are easily packable. For dinner, try the lively Bar Vasquez for an Argentinian feast, with empanadas de queso stuffed with a mix of housemade ricotta and other cheeses, bright ceviche, and a robust steak menu featuring various cuts flown in from Uruguay—all of which pairs well with a glass of red wine and the nightly live music.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

There are plenty of worthy breakfast destinations in Baltimore, including the nearby Dooby's and Miss Shirley's Café, a city institution, but fill up on the Ivy's memorable meal while you can, and then head to the American Visionary Art Museum. This unique museum houses an intriguing and delightful collection of pieces, all by self-taught artists. The building itself is also a work of art, covered in dazzling mirror, glass and china, created as part of a mosaic apprentice program for at-risk youth. While the permanent collection is definitely worth a look, the rotating exhibition is always a must-see, including this year's The Great Mystery Show, featuring pieces inspired by dreams, religion, outer space, and more. Stop by the museum's award-winning gift shop before you go for art books and other quirky trinkets.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

To cap off your weekend in Charm City, board the Baltimore Water Taxi, which makes stops at several waterfront neighborhoods, like Locust Point and Harbor East, where you'll find the Loch Bar at the Four Season's Hotel. From your perch on the plush outdoor patio, take in sweeping views of the Inner Harbor while snacking on lobster rolls, crabcakes, and anything from the expansive raw bar. Paired with a glass of Champagne or local craft beer, it's the perfect finale to your visit to Baltimore.


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Baltimore may be best known for its picturesque Inner Harbor—home to the popular National Aquarium—and crustacean bounty, but while the sealife is impressive and there's nothing quite like cracking into a dozen Maryland Blue crabs liberally sprinkled with spicy Old Bay, there's so much more to Charm City. Spend a weekend biking around historic neighborhoods, treasure hunting in vintage shops on the Avenue and exploring the city's diverse food scene, from the newest food hall housed in an old auto body shop to small-batch ice cream made in locally-inspired flavors, and of course, plenty of fresh seafood.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

If you arrive by train—a quick and easy trip from New York City, Philadelphia, or D.C.—The Ivy's antique London taxi cab will meet you at the station. Check into the 19th-century mansion situated in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, restored to its original splendor with eighteen plush guestrooms and suites, a spa, conservatory and cozy library. The country's only highly-inclusive urban hotel, your stay comes with extras like afternoon tea service, a minibar stocked with goodies like locally made kombucha and caramels, and what may be the best hotel breakfast of your life.

Before sightseeing, start with lunch at the Mount Vernon Marketplace, located less than a mile from the hotel. The former warehouse was transformed into a fun food hall with stalls selling everything from freshly-shucked local oysters to vegan soups and ramen. After lunch, pull up a stool at Taps Fill Station, where the entire menu of beer, wine, mead, olive oil and more is on draft. Order a kombucha or nitro cold-brew coffee before walking a few blocks to the George Peabody Library. The collection of 19th-century research materials is part Johns Hopkins University and sadly, isn't meant for public book perusing, but it's worth a stop in to gape at the stunning architecture—thought to be one of the most beautiful libraries in the world with its five tiers of balconies, ornate columns and glass skylight ceiling. Across the street find the Walters Art Museum. With free entry, the museum is home to a millennia-spanning collection that includes ancient Greek sculptures, 19th-cen tury European modernist masterpieces and a notable collection of Fabergé eggs. Afterward check out Mount Vernon's Washington Monument, the first memorial honoring the founding father that dates back to 1732, and climb the spiral staircase inside for a lofty view of central Baltimore. On the walk back to the hotel, stop into all-day café Dooby's for one of their house-baked cookies in flavors like Fruity Pebble marshmallow or matcha with white chocolate chips.

Back at the Ivy, mix yourself a drink in the Mansion Bar before sitting down to dinner at Magdalena, the hotel's on-site restaurant. Chef Mark Levy's French-inspired dishes like butter poached lobster and seared foie gras feel extra special in the cozy, candlelit dining rooms, including one situated in the home's former treasury. Don't miss dessert from German pastry chef Hans-Jurgen Sund, including the authentic and satisfying apple strudel.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

Start your day at the Ivy's restaurant again, only this time for the epic breakfast. The multi-course feast features house smoked salmon, grapefruit brulée and stacks of lemon souffle pancakes drizzled with blueberry compote, among other made-to-order delights. Work off the morning meal with a guided bike tour of the city's waterfront with Light Street Cycles, passing historic Fort McHenry, quaint Fell's Point and other riverfront neighborhoods. On the way back pedal past Vaccaro's to pick up a cannoli at the sixty-one year-old Little Italy institution.

After the twelve mile tour, head north to the Remington neighborhood to refuel at R. House. The recently opened food hall occupies an airy, industrial-inspired space that was once an auto body shop and is now home to ten chef-driven stalls (and one rotating pop-up) selling Korean barbecue, Venezuelan Arepas, poke bowls and more. On a sunny day, take your food to one of the communal tables outside on the wrap around patio. From there, head north to Hampden, where you'll find 36th street—also known as the Avenue—lined with independent shop loaded with character. There are kitschy gift shops and vintage boutiques selling vinyl records and brightly colored costume jewelry, Atomic Books, where Baltimore's own John Waters receives fan mail, and Ma Petite Shoe—a shoe shop that also specializes in artisan-made chocolates from around the world. Pick up a few beautifully-wrapped bars to take home, and end your visit to the Avenue at The Charmery for a scoop of ice cream in seasona lly-changing flavors like Old Bay caramel and Berger Cookies and Cream, made with the beloved chocolate frosted cookies from a local bakery.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

A few minutes away by car is the friendly Union Craft Brewing, where you can take a tour of the facility before sampling from the brewed-on-site beer. Try a Duckpin Pale Ale, or, in the summer months, the Old Pro Tee Time—a tart, refreshing gose made with botanicals and fruit. Fill a crowler with your favorite brew to take home, the oversized cans are easily packable. For dinner, try the lively Bar Vasquez for an Argentinian feast, with empanadas de queso stuffed with a mix of housemade ricotta and other cheeses, bright ceviche, and a robust steak menu featuring various cuts flown in from Uruguay—all of which pairs well with a glass of red wine and the nightly live music.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

There are plenty of worthy breakfast destinations in Baltimore, including the nearby Dooby's and Miss Shirley's Café, a city institution, but fill up on the Ivy's memorable meal while you can, and then head to the American Visionary Art Museum. This unique museum houses an intriguing and delightful collection of pieces, all by self-taught artists. The building itself is also a work of art, covered in dazzling mirror, glass and china, created as part of a mosaic apprentice program for at-risk youth. While the permanent collection is definitely worth a look, the rotating exhibition is always a must-see, including this year's The Great Mystery Show, featuring pieces inspired by dreams, religion, outer space, and more. Stop by the museum's award-winning gift shop before you go for art books and other quirky trinkets.

Courtesy of Visit Baltimore

To cap off your weekend in Charm City, board the Baltimore Water Taxi, which makes stops at several waterfront neighborhoods, like Locust Point and Harbor East, where you'll find the Loch Bar at the Four Season's Hotel. From your perch on the plush outdoor patio, take in sweeping views of the Inner Harbor while snacking on lobster rolls, crabcakes, and anything from the expansive raw bar. Paired with a glass of Champagne or local craft beer, it's the perfect finale to your visit to Baltimore.


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