|The historic El Galeón|
|Dolores, Bea & Kirk as we hoof it to the harbor|
The replica ship, El Galeón was in harbor & open for touring. Bea and I decided to risk being shanghaied, and went aboard for look-see.
|Bea bravely waves bye-bye|
|My new paper tattoo|
|Landbubbers Kirk & Dolores stayed on dry ground|
There were some schinanagins when Bea and I had to leave the ship for a sec, to get stickers that allowed us to board the ship.On board we discovered the historic El Galeón is a replica of the 16th - 17th century galleon that sailed out of Spain. The ship has sailed around the world and if you're adventurous enough, you can even apply to earn your sea legs on board as the ship continues to navigate the globe.
|Aboard the main deck|
|The red Round Building|
|A Yellow Route Water Taxi|
|Ready to go on the Aquatic Boat Share|
|The famous National Aquarium|
|Lovely Flags of Baltimore|
|Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park|
|Approaching Fell's Point|
|The Brick facade of the Sagamore Pendry|
|Looking up at the Sagamore|
|The scary Halloween-ish entrywalkway|
|...having barfed up Oxford's dictionary, to...|
|Op-art that moved & put you spot onto the Twilight Zone.|
|Stroll through the atrium|
|The unnamed Sagamore Horsie statue|
Pendry's Pool, for guests of course, is probably the 9th wonder of the world. Myself, I'd only only have the nerve to swim in it under cover of darkness.
|NOT my photo... forgive me Internet guardians|
|Some of us had a little sit down after our hotel walking|
|Dolores handles the toughest question|
of our day - vanilla or butter pecan?