O-Ocean City, Maryland
Fortunately Ocean City maintains a fleet of open-air shuttles called the "Boardwalk Tram" and they run the entire length of the boardwalk.
Of course all the ocean fun activities are available and shopping galore but you may be surprised to fine a memorial to the firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11.
It is engraved in brick and stone and includes a piece of one of the twin towers that collapsed. Seem strange? Well, Ocean City is home to the annual Maryland State Firefighters Convention.
Another sight you might be surprised and thrilled to see is wild horses roaming the marsh and sand dune grasses.
These are Assateague wild ponies and they have roamed the area since the 1600's. Some people believe the horses arrive when a Spanish galleon ship (with a cargo of these horses) sank offshore and a recent discovery of a Spanish ship wreck found in the waters off Assalegue tends to lend itself to that theory.
Looks like a fun place........
You will also find a museum that is dedicated to the history of life saving on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Delaware and Virgina.
and Ripley's Mirror Maze
Will be a challenge to get out of.
But the best part costs nothing