Flag House Inn

26 Randall St, Annapolis, Maryland, 21401, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Annapolis

Two or three states?

A travel blog entry by wheresmisty


... have to come back. I have to do a food report here. I had a slice of Shoo Fly pie-nice, like any sweet or dessert pie....not top of my pops but I wouldn't say no to it again if offered...actually I really haven't met a pie I haven't liked so I am a useless food critic! I also had a whoopie pie....remember how Maine and Pennyslvania both claimed to have the best and orginal whoopie pie? Well. If what I had was supposed to represent each state, then my vote goes to the Maine ...

The Capital

A travel blog entry by ollyandhelen


... dinner as the Chinese establishments didn’t look too great!

I really liked Washington DC, and would definitely visit again. The whole city is very easy to get around on foot, and there is so much to see and do – most of it for free. I wish we had spent less time in Miami and more time in DC, but now we know for next time.

Next up is the Big Apple itself – New York City.

Will write again soon.

Helen. xx

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by elandaa


... we found some lunch and headed towards the famed White House. Yep..pretty much like the pictures (or the West Wing) but we are glad we went.

There are about 10 Smithsonian museums in DC so we’d picked out our favourites and the first stop was the National Museum of American History. The museum was a great mixture of cultural and technological history of the US. It helped fill in some gaps for us, like did you know that the declaration of independence was signed ...

Historic Annapolis and a fun place to visit

A travel blog entry by pyoots


... the opportunity to finally understand what everyone is talking about when they say yummy to the crab cakes, sandwiches and various crab dishes. How delicious! Now, I get it!

Moving on we must, and on to Gettysburg, PA and Gettysburg campground for a U. S. Park Service tour and description of the decisive battle of the civil war. Stay tuned. ...

M-I-C.....K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E.....wait, where are we?

A travel blog entry by thecrazystrain


... heard about the bike tour they were no longer interested in food and I didn’t hear anymore about tired legs.

We set off on bikes, all of us. We were offered a tandem for Griffin but he wasn’t having any of that. The bike was the same size as his at home but it doesn’t have coaster brakes and the brakes were set for someone with bigger hands. They suggested a wrist on the handlebar and pray....I mean pull. We all know how that ...

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This B&B, located on 26 Randall St, Annapolis, is near Ego Alley, William Paca Garden, Hammond-Harwood House, and Historic Annapolis Walking Tour.
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