Inner Harbor

Our view during lunch.
Old power plant, the Border's inside is beautiful and they left some of the stacks from the factory which have been turned into bookshelves.
Very cool bridge outside the aquarium!
The inner harbor is definitely the place to start any visit to Baltimore. Tons of stores, restaurants, museums and other fun sites it is also a prime time people watching location! Rick and I had been in a hurry to get to the Aquarium but after visiting with the sting rays, sharks and frogs (more on those later) we walked around a little bit and then had lunch. We're both huge sushi fans so we stopped in at Edo Sushi where the unagi nigiri was great! I think we ended up devouring a serving of edamame, a plate of yakitori, five sushi rolls and then the nigiri! Then feeling very full we got milkshakes (of course!) and walked around in a sleepy stupor. The last time I was in Baltimore we went to the science museum which was great and had a very cool photo exhibit. Unfortunately time during this visit was limited and we had to get to the Peabody library so we did not get to fully indulge at the inner harbor, but between all the sites (and the paddle boats shaped like dragons) you could easily spend a full day just in this small part of the city.

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