Annapolitan Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... routes, time schedules or hostels and it was thus a real adventure! We would simply go where the road would take this, and on Thursday, that was Hershey! Hershey is the chocolate town of the states where the chocolate factory of Hershey’s Chocolate is located. All lanterns were Hershey-chocolate-shaped and the Chocolate Factory as well as the Hershey museum were located along Chocolate avenue. Aka, this town seemed to be Willy Wonka’s paradise rather than just another place ...
... the direction of the Monkey Forest. (Note: I will not under any circumstances be joining you in the monkey forest due to my well-documented monkey phobia, but if you want to go, be my guest.) Dinner at Atman Kafe. Walk back to hotel, early to bed!
Monday: Morning yoga anyone? The Yoga Barn doesn't have its Sept schedule out yet, but you can bet there will an energizing morning yoga class for those of us so inclined. Breakfast ...
... had Native American tacos at the Native American museum, visited the Christmas themed botanic gardens, explored Georgetown and after dinner went to a lighting display at the zoo. (Isaac had to make his own way there after leaving the camera at the restaurant, having to run 15 blocks back to get it). The next morning we headed out again for more museums, first visiting the Holocast museum. This museum was very emotional, and made us feel sick to be ...
... We then traveled to DC just a few days before the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington a time in which brave leaders brought people together to demand equality. I thought about how far we as a nation have come and how far we still have to go. As I stood there I flashed back to 16 year old me standing in the same spot looking at the Capitol thinking “I want to work there some day.” I have been so inspired by the courage and strength and determination ...
... amp; rain. Woo-hoo ! The scouts worked very well together, and we made it out of the Summit in our comfortable bus on time, albeit wet.
Going back a couple days -- on Monday morning, most of the troop made the trip for a day of whitewater rafting. The river was a nice temperature, and the rapids were rather mellow -- mostly class 2, and just a little class 3. But a good time for all. Matthew, RJ & Alex got the lucky draws ...