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Here are the top ten articles for the MidAtlantic USA Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Amtrak MARC Train Service
You know about Amtrak, but have you ever heard of the MARC train? MARC is a subsidiary rail service operating between Martinsburg, WV, and Perryville, MD and includes such locales as Baltimore, College Park, Silver Spring, and Washington, DC.
2. Buying MARC Train Tickets
Now that you know about the MARC train, get ready to ride. Learn to avoid the pitfalls associated with ticket buying and youŽll be on the rails in no time!
3. Buying a Metro Card in Washington, DC
YouŽre about to ride the Washington, DC metro, but you donŽt know how to buy a fare card. This article will show you how.
4. Sports in Virginia
Virginia doesn't have any sports teams. Or does it? Would you be surprised if I told you the state has nine baseball teams!
5. VA, DC, and MD Metro Transit Link Cards
The Metro Transit Link card is a special fare card for commuters who regularly travel on the Maryland Regional Commuter (MARC) train, the Virginia Railway Express (VRE) and the Washington, DC metro rail and bus line systems. For the price of weekly DC metro pass, riders can use the card for a month.
6. Cruises To and From the MidAtlantic
Staying on land is not the only way to enjoy the midatlantic. Several cruises depart from and visit various ports of call in New York, Baltimore, and Northern Virginia. Here is a quick list of some of the most intriguing and value-laden offers scheduled for 2011.
7. Which DC Metro Fare Card Should You Buy?
YouŽre at the kiosk and youŽre about to buy a fare card. But which one should you choose? This article can help you make the right choice.
8. How to Choose a Vacation
A frequent dilemma of travelers these days is how to go about choosing a vacation. Too many travelers work themselves into a frenzy by focusing too much on getting the lowest price.
9. Casino Gaming in the MidAtlantic
Nevada is not the only hot spot in the United States for extraordinary casino gaming experiences. Several states along the MidAtlantic also offer their own brand of gambling fun, complete with the glamour and a local flavor of night life that you would expect from a gaming area out West.
10. MidAtlantic Theme Parks
The MidAtlantic area has several internationally known theme parks that have been around for decades. These parks are perfect for casual travelers with little time to plan or spare for a lengthy vacation. Here are a handful of the most popular theme parks in the MidAtlantic.
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