Annapolitan Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... them what train to catch, what direction, where to get off etc. Meanwhile, we also caught the metro but only to union station, then ran through Union Station like crazy people after deciding last minute to catch the Amtrak train out to Baltimore Washington International Airport to catch our flight to Miami. But the train which was due for departure in 7 minutes and was calling final boarding passengers. Talk about hectic. We made it on the train - literally just ...
... Everything is so clean and shiny. There are lots of people and lots and lots of visitors, but the sidewalks are clean and wide and easy to negotiate. The White House line was very, very long and it seems like we got to see less than I had seen in 1977. Security is very tight and you can't get close at all to the fence. No cameras, or bags of any kind, not even purses. You must have timed tickets and photo ID, with the exact name. ...
... Both of these memorials were impressive in scale and appearance. We had our lunch on the steps of the Jefferson memorial facing out to the city where you could see the Lincoln memorial, the capital building and the white house; this really is one of the best things about travelling the awesome little spots to sit and relax at taking in the views.
Our final stop of the day was the Arlington cemetery (we had quite a long walk here ...
... to visit it. What did I do when I was 22 and 23? Did I just
spend my weekends parting with friends and going to bars? I guess my sense of
wanderlust wasn’t fully developed yet in my early adulthood.
Annapolis is still Maryland’s capital the State House is the
oldest one in the U.S. still-functioning as a state capitol. Annapolis is very
nice to walk around because of its ...
... Richard wanted to hit the museums.
Our first port of call was The White House. We walked across the park but they had put barriers across the railings. When we enquired was told that the President was on the move but it could take an hour or more - don't hurry themselves!! We waited and waited and then I left Brian as I needed a comfort stop. I walked round to the White House visitors centre and decided it would be worth going back for a longer look. On my way back ...