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Travel Blogs from Annapolis
... we're on Rt 50 in Annapolis, heading over the Severn River Bridge! We're all very excited to get home, but not so excited to unload and unpack. Thanks to Grandma, Grandpa, Nana and Max for watching our kitties, house and pool while we were gone. (And thanks in advance for helping us unpack!) It was an awesome trip, but it's good to be Home Sweet ...
... Still, it's good for some fun every now and again. From the bright lights and windy beaches of Atlantic City we headed to Philadelphia. I'd love to say we headed there for the art and culture, but to be honest it was to fulfil a lifelong dream of running up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, just like Rocky. Mission completed we sheepishly wandered into the museum itself and took in some art and culture. Filled with art and culture, and acing had a ...
Off to see the Washington City Zoo. Took the Metro....fleeced. Had to buy a $3 metro card for a $1.80 fare. Zoo is free, free! Wanted to see the Giant Panda's and they were both out and feeding and were one of the first exhibits we saw. Beautiful creatures. We were very lucky as the Zoo was very quiet and there were very few people around and we could get unobstructed views. There were ...
... previously, but it was fun to do as adults and actually appreciated what we were learning. The Natural History museum also included an amazing amateur photography exhibit of landscape and wildlife inspired photography. I've been honing my photography skills over the last few months and can only hope to showcase my work next year at that same exhibit. :) We loved both museums, and I love the Smithsonian institute. I'm such a nerd, I subscribe to their magazine ...
... a marine store there, even though in the meantime the marine stores have relocated away from right there near the harbor.
While they were at the boat store, I got to wander around Annapolis by myself taking pictures and wandering into shops. Of course I found a book shop which happened to have an interesting array of books and looked like a good spot for serious collectors.
I stopped to read a sign about the site where the city gates used ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking