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Annapolis is on the western side of the Chesapeake Bay
Bridge, a twin-spanned bridge across a narrow part of the bay that is so high
and narrow that I read in a recent article that many people with fear of
heights afraid to drive over it. Now that’s silly!
Annapolis is up there with Newport, Charleston, and Savannah
as one of those lovely small historic cities from colonial times ...
... of light running through it. It kinda reminded me of that scene in Frozen where Elsa is totally BAMF and builds herself an ice palace.
If you don’t know what I’m referring to, go watch the movie. You don’t have to like the rest
of it (we shall have to agree to disagree if you don’t), but that one particular scene took my breath away.
While wandering through the genome exhibit, I realized that ...
... walked back to the hotel where everyone fell asleep. I guess we haven't recovered from the train trip. .. Christmas Dinner was at Carmine's Italian Restaurant. It came recommended from a friend of a friend and it was only a mile from our hotel so we bundled up and walked over for our 6:30 dinner reservation. The hostess's were snotty and barely approachable. Dinner was served family style w/ enormous platters of ...
... Alex Haley had to Annapolis, but I later found out this was where the ship landed that brought his ancestor Kunta Kinte to America. It is the only memorial in the US that honors the actual name and place of arrival of an enslaved African.
Arriving at the US Naval Academy, we got a map of the campus and were disappointed to find the Chapel closed, so we could only photograph the outside. We had been told it ...
... the rigours of
our travels on the Insterstate 95 (South) momentarily sapped our energy. It’s
returning as the sun sets and the Egg’s on-board fridge produces admirably
The Egg is how Mrs Henry and I refer to the Dodge RAM 1500,
hired from Adventures on Wheels, proprietor and director Dominic Eggenschwiler
(a name straight out of a Marx Bros movie), a thin-lipped Swiss, one of those people
that just ooze ...