Country Inn & Suites Annapolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the ocean below. As we wanted to do as many things on the "Maryland Bucket list" as possible, the plan had been to stop in Baltimore for crabs on the way back, but having just forced ourselves to have a 3pm lunch, that wasn't particularly appealing at the moment. I guess the moral of the story is that Ruth and Chik's pies can really fill you up! We made a quick stop in the park by the Gaithersburg Arts Barn, and finished our Maryland ...
... guide gave us secret tickets to sit in the gallery of the House of Representatives, sadly it wasn’t in session. We then walked to the National Archives to see the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Saturday, we made sure we set an alarm as we were going to walk the length of the mall seeing all the monuments. Heading off early, we were sad to discover it was raining and rather hazy, unlike the beautiful blue day ...
... s ruby slippers and all the First Ladies' inaugural ball gowns - Jackie Kennedy's was obviously the best! - is okay with me. I just wondered how the Harry Potter costumes count as part of American culture? Not sure why they are exhibited there? Also the America at War section jarred a bit as it was (like all the Hollywood films) their take on winning the war for us. No mention of our troops at all. That's Americans for you I ...
... and catch up, we eventually got the metro to the Pentagon, our first port of call for the day ahead. The building itself is very impressive, and it looks just like a fortress. Again, it's unthinkable to imagine what happened to it. At the far side from the Metro stop is the Pentagon Memorial, which is a lovely little garden area, and each victim has a plaque dedicated to them, all arranged by their year of birth and grouped together with family members. Very touching.
... 3rd day: We crossed the golden statue bridge across Virginia and paid a visit to Arlington Cemetery. A quiet resting place for the nations honored soldiers including JFK and his family. Row upon row of white stones mark the seemingly endless tomb of many great men as well as the unknown soldiers tomb 24 hourly guarded. This place is massive that took a couple hours to walk thru . Herein lies the mansion of General Robert Lee, a fore founding figure ...