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Inner Harbor leaves visitors unimpressed

My husband and I live in York County, Pa., and recently we decided to visit the Inner Harbor, which we hadn't been to in some time.

We arrived around noon and walked through the first building, where we found some changes but nothing drastic.

Sadly, that was not our finding on entering the second building. We used to enjoy the many vendor booths and food stands there, but this time there was very little to see. A clothing store and Bubba Gump had replaced Phillips restaurant, and on the second level all we found was a Hooters and Ripley's Believe It or Not.

We were very disappointed and were on our way back on I-83 just two-and-a-half hours later, after paying $19 in parking fees. Needless to say, we will not waste our time, gasoline and money like that again.

Marlene and Walter Snyder, Dallastown, Pa.

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