Each lodging at the Brookshire Suites contains a bedroom and a separate living room, showering you with all the luxuriant amenities that come with the territory and none of the tigers that guard it. A registered member of the Historical Hotels of America, the Admiral Fell Inn is cozily nestled in the heart of Fell's Point. Mere steps from either hotel, you can soak up the beauty and fun of Baltimore’s waterfront restaurants, attractions, and hot spots through the wide-eyed eyes of a tourist minus the hassle of pronouncing all the syllables in Baltimore.
The inspiring trainers at each MetaBody location lead troops of workouteers in results-oriented workouts several times weekly. Sweat sessions utilize a variety of exercises and disciplines to produce full-body results in a supportive environment, ideal for beginners and hard-core core-hardeners alike. During any class, motivational instructors will use the instinctual distrust of routine to their advantage. Begin a day of litigating with a refreshing early-morning boot-camp session, or wind down by burning evidence and pounds with a late-evening yoga class. Muscles are kept guessing with new and challenging moves during each session, so participants never fall into a boring, ineffective routine, such as regular teeth brushing. In addition to the fitness classes, students receive a success guide to help prepare for imminent pound loss, a nutrition guide, and a $100 gift certificate for individual coaching. Because the pass sets a 10-class cap at any given location, roving fitness mavens can further shake up their workout regimens by vetting a series of classes or instructors that work best for them.
The professional air-duct technicians at Affordable Air Duct Cleaners clear out all manner of particular matter in domestic ducts and dryer vents using powerful truck-mounted machinery, negative air pressure, and rotobrush HEPA vacuum cleaners. In doing so, they help to evict pollutants and health hazards such as pollen, dust, and invading spies, which in turn enhances the home’s heating and cooling efficiency. When technicians aren't busy absolving vents of common household allergens, they inspect fireplaces, chimneys, wood stoves, and heating systems to root out potential hazards and capture nascent phoenixes before they blaze a flight path through your windows’ drapes.
If you’re serious about winning that gold medal and getting showered in praise,—and the Olympic Committee's complimentary dump truck of jellybeans—don't try to curl against the Swedes on an empty stomach. Today’s Groupon gets you lunch with $8 worth of premier Baltimore sandwich cuisine at Rosina Gourmet for $4. This Groupon is good at Rosina's Canton and Downtown locations.
Read by more than a million area subscribers and awarded numerous Pulitzer Prizes, the Baltimore Sun shines a light on the day's local, national, and world news, as well as business, sports, food, and weather coverage. Reporters and photographers document delicious meals in Food & Dining and populate the Maryland Crabs section with hot crustacean-related topics. Coupons and sales fliers arrive nestled inside the paper every Saturday and Sunday, ready to be clipped or bitten out and redeemed for savings. Meanwhile, the weekday editions provide an up-to-date serving of high-quality news reporting, as well as a valuable glimpse at neighbors' political opinions in the Maryland Voices section.
Pop melodies and melodious strains of jazz music spill out onto shimmering waters during excursions from Entertainment Cruises. The vocal harmonies don't come from performers on stage, but rather from a staff of musically trained waiters. During waterfront tours, waiters entertain passengers as they drift by scenic and historic sights. The year-round schedule encompasses daytime, sunset, and moonlight trips, as well as seasonal themed cruises.
The Velleggia family first laid their roots in Little Italy in 1970, establishing a specialty grocery store where they began to sell a combination of imported and housemade Italian foods. Relying on time-tested traditions and natural ingredients, they continue their culinary venture in much the same manner today. The highlight at Casa di Pasta is the store's homemade and hand-cut pastas, from gnocchi and tortellini to 26 kinds of ravioli stuffed with the likes of butternut squash, lobster, or smoked mozzarella and mushroom. Premade pans of lasagna and frozen italian sausages round out the selection of homemade goods that customers can pick up for nightly dinners or to feed groups at parties. Coolers and shelves also brim with olive oils, vinegars, breads, sweets, and cheeses imported directly from the Old World.