Bachelorette Weekend (Part 2)
|April 9, 2014||Maryland, Travel, Wedding|
If you missed part one of my bachelorette weekend, you can find that post here.
After we left the vineyard, we hopped back into the limo and headed to the Courtyard Marriott Inner Harbor. Once we got there we were excited to have rooms right next to each other, so three of us stayed in one room and three of us stayed in the other. We just kept the door between the rooms opened the whole time.
We had some time to kill before dinner so we just hung out at the hotel room. I opened up a gift from the bridesmaids, which was a bag of undies. LOL. I had to guess who bought which pair. Let me just say, that it is a really tough game!
Soon enough it was time to get ready and leave for dinner. I wore on my favorite black dress from Express and my favorite nude pumps from Chinese Laundry. It’s by far my favorite outfit that I own. I call it “sexy classy” (I’m starting to sound like Catherine from the Bachelor with her “grown sexy.”)
We walked a few blocks to the waterfront and waited for the water taxi to arrive. I was so excited, because I’d seen water taxis before but never had a chance to get on one. Of course, we had to have a random person take a group photo of us before we left. Honestly, I don’t remember the last time I had so many photos taken in one weekend. It was insane!
When we got onto the water taxi, we ended up chatting with a group of occupational therapists that we in town for the AOTA conference. I told them that I used to work for a company that staffed occupational therapists, and surprisingly enough they actually just met employees from my old company at the conference! Small world. We of course had to have this new group of people take another group photo of us…
Eventually, after a round about ride to the other ride of the harbor, we landed at our destination – the Rusty Scupper. Ok, so the name sounds strange, but OMG it was amazing.
I ordered the blackened swordfish with capers on top (because capers are the most delicious thing ever) and it was so good. Everyone was starving at this point, so we probably would have eaten anything, but I’m so glad we went to this restaurant because it was top-notch.
We had a table near the window so we had a great view of the water. Of course, many photos were also taken during dinner. Thank you to my amazing bridesmaids who took all of these photos, because I barely took any!
Ok, next up is part three of the bachelorette weekend. Are you tired of hearing about it yet?! Well I’m not.
TALK TO ME
- Have you ever been to the Inner Harbor in Baltimore?
- What’s your favorite restaurant in Baltimore?
- What do you typically order for dinner if you eat out?