Academy Bed and Breakfast

134 Prince George St, Annapolis, Maryland, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 134 Prince George St, Annapolis, is near Ego Alley, William Paca Garden, Hammond-Harwood House, and Historic Annapolis Walking Tour.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Academy Bed and Breakfast Annapolis

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    Travel Blogs from Annapolis

    Finally a quiet day at home

    A travel blog entry by cullenwest2013 on Dec 22, 2013

    7 comments, 3 photos

    Hi all, today we had a day at home. We were mazed by the wildlife wandering around. Then we had a birthday celebration for Piper. Maria made us an amazing meal and we had an ice cream birthday cake. With plenty of wine and a full tummy we await christmas shopping tomorrow.


    US Naval Academy visit

    A travel blog entry by mrlarson59 on Sep 21, 2013

    ... relaxing area. Enjoyed walking around. Picked up Chris at 12 noon his weekend leave began. Headed to mall and ate lunch at Cheesecake Factory Chris and Katie headed out for the movies. I headed out on my own to check out the mall. It was a good one. It had a Macy's so I was happy!!! We headed back to hotel around 6pm Watched college football and chilled out in ...

    Washington DC

    A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada on Sep 03, 2013

    7 photos

    After Philadelphia we caught the bus to Washington DC (yes we are catching buses to get around the states, all walks of life on board these buses) and DC really surprised us, it exceeded our expectations. The people are not the friendliest but what a beautiful place.

    We only had one day in DC so we had to pack everything in, all museums in DC are free so there is heaps to see.

    We started with a visit to the United States Capitol. After ...


    A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Jun 02, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Once at Arlington made first for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and to see the changing of the guard, which was a very low key event. Skies darkening as we make for the Kennedy graves, Teddy and Robert just a marble plaque with a poignant simple white cross, then up the hill slightly to JFK this time a dark marble plaque with eternal flame burning behind. Jackie, their son Patrick are buried ...

    Melting bananas & meetings at the back of the car!

    A travel blog entry by kimberly.p on Feb 20, 2013

    5 photos

    ... internship I work closely together with my –awesome- supervisor who assigns me new projects every day, so I never find myself with a lack of things to do.
    I must say, I love being busy and catching things the moment they happen. The fast pace and sheer quantity of information at my fingertips is amazing to experience every day, but one of the most amazing experiences I had so far is expressed in the title of this blog: meetings ...