Loyola's best kept secrets
Virtual Tours by Students
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One little known fact about Loyola is its proximity to a ton of green spaces, I guess was pretty nice is that Manolo Yola is in Baltimore, a pretty big city. This city is pretty great because there's a lot of trails and green spaces. So if you like to jog or run and like you don't want to spend your whole life inside a gym, their trails like this that, like, allow you to forget that you're in the city right now, I am on the Stony run trail. If you look at a map, it goes by Newman Towers, which is a largest residential hall. If you end up living on the west side of campus, you super close to this trail. I really like this trail because there's a lot of cool stuff to do along it. This trail connects to another trail called Jones Fall, and over there there's a really cool waterfall. Just everywhere there's a lot of opportunities to learn about the city On a lot of trails, there are plaques, so there's just a ton of like fun facts packed into like this city and on random street corners, about a forty five minute walk from school may be a little bit longer. There's this really huge part called Trude Druid Hill Park, and that spot is really cool because I have like, a really nice view of the city. There's an artificial lake there that is surrounded by a track you could walk on. Personally, I escape word on there's tennis courts, and the Maryland Zoo is actually in that part. Another thing I think isn't advertised enough is how easy it is to get to the sea from here from school, you can take a fifty one buzz to Penn Station and from Penn Station you take an eight dollar Marc train, too. Union Station in D C, which is the heart of D. C. And from there you can go anywhere in D C because Union Station is, of course, a Metro stop.