Diane Lyn Baltimore
The Bel Air Train Garden chugs along for 22 years. Always something new to see. This year, the”winter scene” has a cog train climbing a mountain. Pretty amazing even if you aren’t a kid. Read on for a photo gallery tour, schedule and location where you can take the family for some holiday fun in Bel Air!
This beloved historic inn has a lot of “old” and “new’ charm. Steeped in Maryland history, the Sparks restaurant has been serving some pretty amazing meals since the mid 40’s. See what I discovered about their “hearth” dining for the holiday season. Below, the photo gallery from recent visit and the history of the Milton Inn.
I have considered myself blessed to have grown up in a small town, called Bel Air. I bought my parents house and have lived there all my life. During the Christmas season, I like to wander thru town and do a little “window shopping”. Look at my photo gallery, see if you can identify some of the stores on Main Street.
I love local, local, local, especially for the holiday season. My favorite tea room, Tea By Two in Bel Air is having their annual Christmas teas. Scones, tea sandwiches, even chocolate mousse in a snowman cup! Find out more and see my photo gallery…
It’s not just a piece of Christmas candy…..
Enjoy your Mistletoe Meltdown tickets! Hundreds of people came out to Valley Motors in Cockeysville last night to win, to eat Pizza Hut pizza and have a good time! Look for yourself in the photo gallery…
Honors for The 34th Street lights display in Hampden! Real estate broker Redfin, ranked the local holiday favorite among the nation’s best….
“Let It Go’ from “Frozen” is the theme for one house’s Christmas light show in Bel Air. Where can you see this light display?
The “Tree Of Light” is the world’s only suspended, synthetic glass tree. It thrills thousands of visitors during “Christmas On The Potomac” at National Harbor’s Gaylord Hotel. What is the story behind this amazing tree?
My husband and I visited George Washington homestead, Mt. Vernon. It is very nice during the holiday season. For lunch, we ate at the historic Mt. Vernon Tavern. I wasn’t sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised! The menu was like going back in time to Colonial Williamsburg. See my photo gallery.