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Nice recommendation! Also, if you want to indulge a bit, go to Morton Steak
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house in Downtown. It's pricey, and their menu is a la carte (I think that is how it is stated), which is, you have to buy side orders because the steaks only come by itself. Their primerib and cajun ribeye is great. Very big portion of steaks they got down there.

It's located inside a hotel. Again, it's pricey, average meal is about $80, and drinks are about $15. But, food is great IMO. Yeah, it's pricey, but do it once for the experience if you want.

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I invited my ATF to come with me to a business meeting this week and she said yes! So I am going a day earlier so that I can fully enjoy my time with her. Problem is that I know practically nothing about the area.
I would appreciate ideas for cultural or fun places to visit which are within walking distance (I will be in a nice hotel in the harbor). The visits should take no more than two hours, which is the time I need to recover in between sex sessions :-)
Can anybody also recommend a good restaurant with a nice view of the harbor?  Thank you.

The National Aquarium is right on the harbor.  It's a good way to spend a couple of hours.

The USS Constellation is moored in the harbor, and has tours.

You will also be near Power Plant Live, which has bars and music.  Search on that term and you can see what's there.

Pier 6 is a small outdoor music venue.  Perhaps someone will be playing one one of your nights.

There are several restaurants with outside seating right there on the harbor.  When you walk to the Aquarium, you'll pass by them and can take a look at the menus.  The little shopping center on the harbor has a Cheesecake Factory, Hooters, and a few other restaurants.  There's also ice cream.

McCormicks and Schmick's is a good, popular seafood place, right on the harbor.

The Rusty Scupper is right there.  I have never been, so can't give a review.

Little Italy is also walkable, or a very short cab ride.  If you go there, be sure to stop at Vacarro's for desert.

Camden Yard is walkable, if you and your date are interested in baseball.  Tickets won't be hard to get.  =)

Whatever you do, don't take her to The Block, whatever some mongers might suggest.

house in Downtown. It's pricey, and their menu is a la carte (I think that is how it is stated), which is, you have to buy side orders because the steaks only come by itself. Their primerib and cajun ribeye is great. Very big portion of steaks they got down there.

It's located inside a hotel. Again, it's pricey, average meal is about $80, and drinks are about $15. But, food is great IMO. Yeah, it's pricey, but do it once for the experience if you want.

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American Visionary Arts Museum across from Scupper at the foot of Federal Hill, which has a great view.

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Posted By: SilverandRed
American Visionary Arts Museum across from Scupper at the foot of Federal Hill, which has a great view.

Cross street Market for very casual eats. Lots of traditional Baltimore food, crab cakes and oooh the oysters. Lively atmosphere and great people watching. Another place I enjoy is the Hamden area. Lots of funky cool shops, pubs and restaurants. I am not from Baltimore but to me that area is Kinda where old style B-more meets the hipsters.

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These are not with in walking distance of the Harbor, but worth mentioning to any one who enjoys flowers especially tulips.

The Baltimore conservatory in Druid Hill park, & Sherwood gardens in Guilford.
http://rawlingsconservatory.org/

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