Baltimore, Maryland, USA
This is a map of "The Avenue" (W. 36th St.) The Avenue is a staple of Baltimore culture. It has plenty of shops, diners, and vintage charm. I especially like the south side of the street and this map shows a few reasons why!
Baltimore, MD, US
Coming from a small town in the country, I grew up with a fascination for the moon and always had the best views. Now I'm in Baltimore attending college at the Maryland Institute College of Art. I've searched out the best places to see La Luna in this concrete jungle.
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This was one of my favourite walks and stuff to do when I was living in London. You can do the walk in an hour or so...if you walk fast, or you can make it into a whole day thing by visiting some of the museums, sitting in the park, indulging in the buzz around Harrods and spending your last pennies at the cafe's on Walton Street.