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Trip to Baltimore/DC/NYC...need advice on transportation/areas

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Hi....Our family will be travelling to a soccer game in Baltimore at the end of July. Our debate is do we stay in Baltimore or DC....as we would like to do some sightseeing. Would it be easy to take a train? rail? to Baltimore if we did stay in DC? The game is on the wknd & I read somewhere trains don't run on wknds. We simply travel by car where we live...no mass transportation..so a bit overwhelmed! Also any suggestions of safe areas to stay. We then plan to take a train to NYC & spend the majority of our trip there & will be flying home from New York. Any advice/tips would be extremely helpful!

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