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Enjoy the weekend snowstorm from a cozy spa, hit the slopes on Super Bowl Sunday, and try the Love POEtion package in Baltimore. By Eliot Stein
Comments () | Published February 16, 2010
In anticipation of this weekend’s snowstorm, all major airlines operating to and from the mid-Atlantic have waived their cancellation fees in an attempt to encourage passengers to reschedule their flights. To see a complete list of restrictions and details by carrier, click here.

Those wishing to bunker down and enjoy the Snowpocalypse can do so an hour away from Washington at Poplar Springs--The Inn Spa, as the hotel is offering rooms for $149 a night during its Beat the Snow weekend deal. Guests enjoy complimentary continental breakfast each morning, wine and dinner specials throughout the weekend, and guestrooms that open to private patios for easy snowman building.

Instead of sitting on the couch during Super Bowl Sunday, trade in those buffalo wings for a black diamond and hit the slopes. In honor of Super Bowl 44, 44 ski resorts around the country are slashing their Sunday lift ticket deals by up to 63% on what is historically one of the least-crowded (and best) days to go skiing. For a full list of participating resorts, click here.

From February 15-21, 34 restaurants in historic and greater Annapolis will be offering three-course, fixed-price lunches for $15.95 and dinners for $29.99 as part of the second-annual Annapolis Restaurant Week. To see a full list of participating restaurants, click here.

One of Baltimore’s newest hotels, the Green Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, is honoring the city’s most famous writer throughout February during its Love POEtion package. The deal includes accommodations in a luxury suite for two, scented candles and a complimentary copy of short stories and poems by Edgar Allan Poe, and a bottle of champagne for just $109 a night--a 40% discount.

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