One of the smallest states in the U.S, Maryland has a little something for everyone. Hotels in Maryland offer a wide variety of choices including, economy, bed & breakfast, oceanfront, executive, and luxury hotels. The majority of the hotels Maryland offer free wireless Internet, continental breakfasts, and workout areas. Two of the most popular hotels in Maryland are the Inn at Perry Cabin in and the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center on the Potomac.
Maryland Quick Picks and Tips
Guests at Maryland hotels may sample local organic food at the Restaurant Nora in nearby Washington DC. A 2012 dining choice winner, Nora became America's first certified organic restaurant in 1999. The Corner Bistro on Penn Street in Baltimore offers fresh seafood and excellent wines.
Major Point of Interest
Guests in Maryland can enjoy day trips to the White House in Washington DC. However, in order to go on a guided tour, a request form must be submitted through a member of congress no less than 21 days in advance.
The Maryland Renaissance Festival offers plenty of old fashion fun. Featuring belly dancers, jousting competitions, and fire-eaters, this popular festival is a fun time for all.
Maryland is home to two professional football teams, the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium and the Washington Redskins. Visit Baltimore's Oriole Park for a baseball game.
Tourists looking to shop need to take a trip to Bowie. This Maryland town features one of the state's premier shopping facilities, the Bowie Town Center, which features specialty shops and national stores.
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