. Can our locals recommend anything in the area?
I do know it's technically in Maryland, and the complex is so new that the Google Maps
satellite view is still showing me the construction site. I had a chance to walk around for a little bit looking for dinner and it does seem kind of isolated. The only affordable seeming restaurant was a sandwich place (Potbelly something, I think).
Are there any good restaurants in the complex or within a close distance? Affordable would be best, but I'd be interested in any experiences. I have heard that National Pastime (in the Gaylord itself) will be closed/repurposed for the duration of the convention.
What's the best bet for cheap parking? Is there anything offsite but close that a frugal person could use? What's weekend mass transit like in the area?
What are the good markets or grocery stores in the area? (Good in this case includes quality, price, and ease of access).
Is there anything particularly worth seeing nearby?