Days Inn Easton
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... plane, life improves. We are flying on a 777, Business Class or in British Airways' speak, Club World, where the seats are arranged in a herringbone pattern of front and back facing seats that roughly alternate. On either side the two seats run head to foot; in the middle four seats, the center two face in the same direction while the seats on either aisle face the other way. There is a plexiglass plate that can be pulled up between the two sets should one choose to ...
... day without my jacket on, wearing just a base layer and a buff soaked in cold water round my neck but even at that I was still getting very hot.
As a result we only did 260miles today and are now at Easton, Maryland from where we will ride the 60 miles to Baltimore in the morning to drop the bikes off for shipping.
... and the “Sailing Capital of the World.” There are several creeks, rivers, coves and inlets around the 30 mile wide Chesapeake Bay – each one is loaded with marinas filled with boats. Right now, the whole area is covered with very fragrant cherry and apple blossoms. Annapolis got its start because of oyster harvesting and tobacco growing. A very nice place to visit!
The Maryland State House is the oldest ...
... and achievement, etc. we each got from this - and it was immense - was entirely her doing. She conceived the idea of the trip, lobbied for it persistently over a long period of time (to a rather tough audience), did all of the research and planning (both before and during), and held it all together as we went. She was the QB, called all the plays, motivated us and marched us down the field. This while doing virtually all of the ...