Courtyard By Marriott Annapolis
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard By Marriott Annapolis
Whilst the room was up to Marriott's standards, the cafe where you buy your breakfast was a shambles with no one in control. This is a Company hotel and should be operated in a more professional manner.
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... day trip when I was there last year. I love working directly with him because he is cheerful, friendly and knowledgeable, and the money we spend on tours goes directly to him and his family, not a corporate outfit. I mentioned him at least once in my Bali blog...he's the man who gave me an earful on the pros and cons of raising ducks, and he's also working hard and saving ...
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