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... Washington to get to the main highway to Annapolis is confusing. How Americans negotiated their highway system before the introduction of portable GPS's is beyond me.
To all the readers who have commented about the undeclared lesson of not photographing while driving, well have a look a photo of the truck. If it had all gone wrong, I would have well and truly been in the ****.
Annapolis is a small city port and the capital of Maryland. ...
... this different.
The 28th President of the united states, Woodrow Wilson Leader of the progressive movement. Writer of three books, and might I say those three books were very well written. If you would like to view them their names are; On Being Human, A History of American People, and When a Man Comes to Himself. All by Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson also lead us ...
... 8pm. We headed to find the trusty backpacks but as all very tired after vegas and the long journey we got a tad confused and ended up taking a train somewhere and getting off at the wrong place. So we got on another and thankfully found the right place. We loaded all four bags onto one trolley as we were too stingy to pay for two and let natassa struggle with it out of the airport (quite amusing watching her little legs running after it down a slope!). We found a taxi and away we went. ...
... On the way we stop off at Beckley's Camping Center. They have a massive display of Recreational Vehicles and boast that they are the #1 Dealer of RV's in Maryland.
We look at and get prices for a variety of vehicles that Manny has requested and are quite surprised in the price difference between the US and Oz. They are 1/2 to 2/3rds cheaper!
Frederick has a wonderful historic downtown with a warm ambience. We stop in a local shop for ...
... as the heat has gotten the best of us and we seek the cool confines of our room to prepare for dinner.
Tonight we head to the Eastern Market side of town. Our first stop was a discovered pub The Chesapeake Room (http://www.thechesapeakeroom.com/ ) which is also a restaurant but we noticed as we walked by they had some interesting taps and had already broken into a sweat the few shorts blocks from the Metro so settle up to the bar. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed