Miles River Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Metro trips: 00, charter school bus on bumpy highway to Annapolis Weather: 24 degrees and sunny....beautiful We spent the whole day in Annapolis, Maryland. We really appreciated the Metro after how long it took us to drive thru DC to get to Annapolis. We arrived just in time for our tour of the Naval Academy. Our tour guide, Joan, was very informative and we had a nice tour of some of the buildings, include Bancroft Hall which is living quarters ...
After a 14 hour flight now back in Maryland safely. Will return to Florida tomorrow afternoon of course after every trip it feels a little strange for a while to you readjust to the familiar, but this time it's a different feeling. Normally it's the usual unusual of scenery, buildings etc- but this time the juxtaposition of cultural memories is so much more divergent it's more ...
Even at 6 AM on a Sunday morning, the Miami Airport is packed. Our 7:55 AM flight to BWI leaves on time and the pilot announces that is it 22 degrees in Baltimore. By the time we land, the temperature is 29, cold enough for travelers from Havana. The driver of the airport shuttle tells us that Baltimore had twelve inches of snow two days ago, and there is still a lot ...
... we used to on a Monday morning!
So now it's Tuesday evening and we're about to cook risotto with roasted vegetables for Ray, Amanda's dad, a new taste sensation for him. We're pretty much packed up and ready to set off for West Virginia tomorrow – the first step on our independent adventures. New River Gorge, here we come!
... of Coors beer. We finally asked some naval cadets who these guys were and why were they dressed like that... They told us that they were students from St. Joseph’s College and were hosting a croquet tournament. They said it with “tongue in cheek” and their facial expressions conveyed the belief that the St. Joseph’s students and their croquet as a sport was a little laughable to say the least. We took some ...