BEST WESTERN Annapolis
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Even though the hotel is not brand new it is updated. The staff is wonderful, my blog is about them!!!
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"We are the chocolate chip on your vacation cookie!" Today was a day of two halves weather-wise. We had to drive in the morning through some of the wettest conditions we've had on our holiday - really horrible stuff where the rain and the spray makes it hard to see the car in front. Before we left, Peter spotted dolphins from our balcony swimming …
... has gone to plan. Budget has taken a bit of a pounding, although this should calm down now as we head further south. Meg has paused a bit on the shopping so the pressure on the wallet has been relieved for a while.
States wise we have only done Massachusetts, Connecticut & New York. We are now heading on down through New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland today for another three states. We now looking forward to a ...
... anyway? Fascinating place.
At one end of the National Mall is the US Capitol building. The Bot.Gardens are adjacent to these grounds and then one proceeds down the Mall,a huge wide road on which many of the major museums stand. So we walked up to the Capitol building where lying flat on the lawns was an enormous social/political/art project-a gigantic pixilated print on black matting of 3 undocumented immigrants, part of an upcoming event to promote A Conversation to ...
... a newbie. From then on, the urge to keep traveling by myself persisted. Even to this day, solo traveling has not gotten old. In fact, once you've been doing it for a while, part of yourself will remind you of the need to do it. In essence, traveling solo has become food for my soul and a much more enjoyable form of therapy.
Besides safety as a concern, I have known by experience and from tales told by ...
... a shame, was finished far too quickly.
When we came out of the movie there was a panic on Capitol Hill and was flashing the main news screen in the museum - everyone was standing around watching the news - shots had been fired and there was talking of closing everything down.
We had finished with the museum and a fantastic information office there told us that we could get some good shopping at Georgetown - and told us the ...