Though there was no pool, we certainly didn't miss it as we were always on the go in the city.
The free breakfasts each morning gave us just the jump-starts we needed...imagine them in this pretty lobby space!
Next the lighthouse. This is the oldest surviving lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay from the 1820s. It was still in use in the early 1980s, but with advances made in technology, it became obsolete. However, restoration began once the lighthouse was moved to the Inner Harbor area and it reopened for the public in 1988. This is a charmer, too!
In the center is a list of all the lighthouse keepers in its history. I wonder what it would be like to be a lighthouse keeper sometimes....was it too confining, or was it just right for the right person to be surrounded by water on all sides?
The view from the lighthouse was impressive --- and a perfect spot for those visiting the Inner Harbor area to get a better view of the harbor itself as well as a view of the Baltimore skyline.Kudos to you, dear Baltimore visionaries, for recognizing that structures from the past should be restored and presented to people in the present!