Get your Maryland wheelchair van rentals today. Maryland is what divides Washington D.C. and Philadelphia. It also borders Virginia, West Virginia and Delaware. It’s largest city is Baltimore, home of the professional baseball team the Orioles and the professional football team the Ravens. Historically, Maryland is known as the origin from where American values based in the freedom of religion were first professed. Baltimore has about six hundred twenty thousand people. The state of Maryland has about six million. It’s one of the most densely populated states in the nation but is also one of the smallest geographically.
It holds an aesthetic dynamic that balances perfectly between urban and natural landscapes, making it the perfect place to live for someone with diverse interests and the periodic desire for a change of scenery. If you’re the type who loves the city, but also loves the mountains and forests, Maryland would be perfect for you. Not only do you have the Appalachian Mountains, beautifully decorated with multicolored trees, but you also have a widely diverse metropolitan center and tons of American history. Not to mention the fact that you’re also a short drive away from several of the nation’s most famou and frequently toured cities in the country.
The drive from Baltimore to Washington is no more than one hour long. To Philadelphia, the drive is under two hours and to New York City is a bit more than three hours, which may seem like a lot, but the time passes quickly, provided you plan your route properly. And because Maryland is such a frequented tourist destination for both its nature and its nearby cities, much of it has been made entirely wheelchair accessible. Below are just a few of the highlights that you should absolutely make time to visit while in the Old Line State.
Baltimore National Aquarium: Over the past 180 some years since its opening, the National Aquarium has accumulated over 17,000 kinds of amphibious animals. That includes mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, and more from all around the world. It is roundly considered one of the best aquariums in the country. Explore and learn about the the environments and ecosystems of the Amazon, the tropics, Indonesian-Pacific coral reefs, Australia, and much much more. And of course, let’s not forget about the Sharks! The building is specially structured to ensure that everyone gets the full experience, no matter your physical handicap.
Hanover Maryland Live! Casino: Who’s feeling lucky? As of the publication of this article, the payouts to players is well over $17.2 billion and rising! Double down at the blackjack tables before entering a Texas Hold’em tournament that may leave you with some nice vacation cash in your pocket. The casinos doors are open to anyone and everyone who is of age looking to enjoy themselves. Just make sure you gamble responsibly. Remember, sometimes, it’s better to fold’em and move on.
Antietam Battlefield: What would a trip through Maryland be without a little bit of history. Spring is finally here and the air smells great, which means it’s time to enjoy some outdoors while learning about what this nation’s been through that allows us to enjoy these fine spring days. Antietam is a Civil War battlefield in Sharpsburg, Maryland. It was home to the bloodiest single day battle in American history. Pick up a guide at the convention center/museum and follow the instructions. With Maryland wheelchair van rentals you’ll be able to explore the whole place at will without having to leave your vehicle. Then when you get hungry, feel free to set up shop and have a picnic wherever you deem convenient.
So where to first? The day is young and it’s time to go. Check out the sharks before stopping by the casino for a few rounds of roulette. Take a day enjoying the warm weather and learn about important battles from the Civil War. Whatever you choose, you can bet you’ll have a splendid and enlightening experience, just so long as you travel with Maryland wheelchair van rentals. For more information, give Wheelers Handicap Accessible Van Rentals a call at 800-456-1371.