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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. Experience Pikesville Orthodox Jewish Culture in Maryland
Pikesville, Maryland, is a unique, bustling area on the outskirts of Baltimore City. It offers the unique opportunity to experience Orthodox Jewish culture in a neighborhood thriving with a healthy mix of history and modern-day commercialism.
2. What Is the Red Line? DC Metro?
Trying to get around DC? Do you know what people mean when they tell you that you need to take the Red Line? What is the Orange Line, the Blue, the Yellow Line, the Green Line? Find out here.
3. Buying a Metro Card in Washington, DC
You´re about to ride the Washington, DC metro, but you don´t know how to buy a fare card. This article will show you how.
4. MidAtlantic USA Book Club
Join the MidAtlantic USA book club. "Read all about it," and then tell others what you think.
5. 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.
6. Visit the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia
Witness the legendary changing of the guard ceremony and enjoy the lush greenery of the season at the Arlington National Cemetery in Northern Virginia.
7. 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.
8. Getting Around Luray Caverns in VA
Luray Caverns is a great daytrip destination in the MidAtlantic. It is just two hours away from either Washington, DC or Richmond, VA. Beyond its natural beauty, its proximity to other high destination areas makes the caverns very popular. Here are a few tips to consider.
9. Family Fun in Philadelphia
Visiting Philadelphia with the family doesn’t have to be boring for the kids. Once you´ve visited the historic sites, there are still many activities to enjoy, some for younger kids and some for older kids. Most attractions are also within walking distance of public transportation.
10. Take a Day Trip to Eastern Market in Washington, DC
Eastern Market is one of the oldest farmer's markets in Washington, DC. Visit it to find fresh vegetables, handmade crafts, and an opportunity to interact with the locals.
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