Courtyard By Marriott Annapolis
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... to the museums, covering ground in the American (full) and Natural history (likewise) museums before trying the American Indian. I liked the transportation exhibits in the first, the rocks and gems in the second and the building of the third. The latter has a lot of empty space - the exhibition rooms are varying sizes, and I'm not sure there are any permanent exhibits, just a moveable feast, perhaps because other cities have American Indian museums with the artefact angle covered, ...
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Back out onto the Mall and the ...
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