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Input on my Baltimore trip please...

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Headed to the Inner Harbor in April. It will be myself, hubby, 3 and 4 year old boys, and my hubby's 65-ish aged parents.

Staying at the Residence Inn Inner Harbor for $145/night. Driving so we'll have our car.

Day 1: Arrive around 1030. Check in. Eat some sandwiches/snacks in the room. Head out to the harbor and walk around, watch the boats. Urban Pirates at 230. Dinner at Roys at 5pm. My 4 year old's favorite food is sushi.

Day 2: Aquarium at opening. Bring lunch in. Stay for about 4 hours??? Then visit the MD Science Center...we get in free so may pop in at other times too. Not worried about seeing all of it since there is no out of pocket cost. Dinner in Little Italy...maybe Amicci's? Followed by dessert at Vaccaros.

Day 3: Head to Harper's Ferry for the day. Do the MD Heights hike. See if we can find some letterboxes or geocaches. Stop for ice cream at Scoops on the way out. Easy dinner since they boys will be tired....either Whole Foods prepared items or take out from Isabellas, unless you can recommend a better pizza.

Day 4: Breakfast at Miss Shirley's. Drive home via Nottingham PA for the Herr's Factory Tour...pretty much on our route. Visit Neuchatel Chocolates in Oxford PA. Home.

Had thought about B&O until I saw it would be $53 for the four of us to get in. Not certain they'll love it enough to be worth it.

Thought about DC instead of Harper's Ferry, but they are too young to appreciate it and the cherry blossom festival will already be over.

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