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Once home to industrial cotton production workers, this trendy district is now packed with shops, art galleries and boutiques. Caf Hon is a local kitsch landmark worthy of Baltimore's own John Waters, with a giant flamingo adorning the facade and a trademark issue over the word "hon". Stop by for coffee with a side of sass. If you're in town during Christmas, stroll by 34th Street, where residents go nuts with Christmas lights and decorations.
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Though it puts on a tough act for gimmicky tours inspired by crime-drama TV series <em>The Wire</em>, Baltimore is upbeat and laid-back: families are drawn to the revitalized Inner Harbor by the National Aquarium and Baltimore Orioles games. Arty types find inspiration in Fells Point galleries, and hungry hordes join Johns Hopkins University students for Indian eats and beer by the gallon in Charles Village.
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