Gatehouse Bed and Breakfast

Address: 249 Hanover Street, Annapolis, Maryland, 21401, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 249 Hanover Street, Annapolis, is near U.S. Naval Academy, William Paca Garden, Hammond-Harwood House, and Chase-Lloyd House.
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    "Some readin’ for y’all"

    A travel blog entry by lizandalex on Mar 12, 2015

    2 comments, 56 photos

    ... See the pics, you can imagine how beautiful it would be in Spring, Summer and Autumn, but has a different stark beauty in Winter. We did a walk to a waterfall and another walk to other waterfalls. All in all we realised we walked for 17km that day, up many a steep hill. No wonder we were tired!! To the nearest Walmart we headed to crash into bed (After we blew our air mattress back up. We had a puncture scare there, but we must have just knocked the nozzle as it ...

    Memorials and politics.

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 20, 2014

    15 photos

    ... cousin Doug who has lived in the DC area many many years. Haven't seen him in 12 years so it was fun albeit too short. Wish he lived on the west coast.

    My "Mr. Starwood Preferred Member Travel Note of the Week" to borrow a phrase from the celebrated sportswriter, Peter King. - Last Saturday I had the (mis)fortune to get on a bus from campground to a Metro (Subway) station to College Park which is right next to Univ of ...

    A little bit of time in the Capital

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 22, 2014

    44 photos

    ... at the airport, other than a few little birds had managed to get inside the building and were flying around above. Again, nothing extraordinary on the flight either, and as we landed, we were kindly greeted at the airport by Javier, the host of our next accommodation. He took us back to his house and showed us around, introducing us to his wife, Muriel, and their adorable little dog, Mia, as well as showing us a bit of the local area. It seemed like a really nice part of ...

    Our American Crossing Tour begins

    A travel blog entry by merinika on Jul 13, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the visitors centre to check it out and then had some lunch. I tried the world famous Philly steak and cheese sandwich, first impressions not the greatest but was ok I wouldn't try another one. As we walked back to the bus we passed by Benjamin Franklins graveside which was really interesting. Next stop Washington, D.C. On the bus we made friends with twin sisters from Australia Rachel and Lindsay and a lovely mother and daughter from England Elaine and Charlotte. ...

    Green house! Continued

    A travel blog entry by henriksenv on Nov 05, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    Yesterday was a mini panic day. They started laying the hardwood floor upstairs, and immediately had problems. We bought reclaimed oak floor from two of our local salvage places. This is oak floor that was pulled out of old houses like ours, and donated to a salvage arts company rather than dumped in a landfill. It matches our 1st floor, it was cheap, and we like the idea of reusing perfectly good floor. The problem - They had ...