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  1. Marriott Waterfront no question! Starbucks is around the corner, next to the Landmark Theater. I agree with megr's post. For homemade lovely authentic Italian, try Cafe Gia in Little Italy or Cinghiale in Harbor East. Have fun.
  2. Keen Bali slides. Nothing between your toes, but you won't stub your toes either. Love them, have 4 pairs.
  3. Go to the top of this page, click Find Cruises, click Advanced Search, click Departure Port, click NY All or NY Manhattan and you will see every scheduled cruise.
  4. I'm with Meg, Ink 48, a Kimpton hotel. Super close, lovely hotel, nice rooftop...done.
  5. Many of us in the very long line had gone before.
  6. The Imperial Theater has NO leg room and the wait for the women's restroom at intermission is insane.
  7. Oh, and we're seeing Gary on Wednesday. Ain't Too Proud has 12 nominations. 😉
  8. Wow. No audience member was belting out a song! You could see lips moving and people were softly singing to themselves, certainly not a deal breaker! The guy next to me had a beautiful voice & quietly sang a few lines to a few songs and I was not bothered in the least. The strong voices of those on stage had you captivated. IIRC, the actors encouraged singing to one song, probably My Girl. We have walked out of several Broadway shows, Ain't Too Proud was NOT one of them. I would see it again!
  9. They certainly did and the show was fantastic! Will be watching the Tonys hoping for a/some wins.
  10. Kimpton's Ink 48 is very close and very nice.
  11. Ker 70, I agree with Meg and I'm a local. The Inner Harbor isn't what it used to be, but if you want to visit the National Aquarium or the Maryland Science Center, they're worth the visit. The Inner Harbor pavillions, imo, offer nothing. Harbor East is very nice, upscale and you can easily walk to funky Fells Point. Baltimore has its issues as does any city, but it's certainly not the Wild Wild West. I have no suggestions regarding luggage storage, but I would think any hotel doorperson would be happy to accommodate with a nice tip. Good luck.
  12. Great minds think alike, Lois.
  13. So far, my absolute favorite show was "It's Only a Play" with Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Stockard Channing, etc, etc. The audience roared with laughter from start to finish. 🤣 My absolute least favorite was "Bright Star" written by Steve Martin. We left at intermission. Back in the day "A Chorus Line" won me over. Saw it twice locally and twice on Broadway. 😉
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