Extended Stay America - Annapolis - Womack Drive
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... She also ordered 2 slices of plain pizza and could only eat 1/2 of a slice. Marie had a 12 inch pizza which we brought half of home. I had mussels and clams with linguine which was supposed to come with a choice of soup - I ordered Maryland crab soup and got Minestrone. The waiter assured me it was crab. I also ordered garlic bread and got plan bread. The waiter was watching the soccer on the TV. Eventually we ...
... Monument first, the girls "ran" the majority of the way. Past the World War 2 memorial situated at the bottom of the Reflection Pool, (it too was under refurbishment) and on up the hill to the bottom of the fenced Monument. Hayley's gorilla arms technically touched the fence first, but their bodies were in the exact same distance to the finish line, so graciously they shared the prize money.
Facing away from the Lincoln Memorial and to our right was body of ...
... water ice is softer than fresh. The kids and I have spent the last 5 days getting her ready for the delivery crew. They are here. The boat is fully provisioned. The generator is running. The engines are running. The boat has heat. There is no warming in the forecast. It's time for Coco to go back home were she belongs- the tropics.
Today we ventured in DC again by metro. It is a nice cool 25 degrees today with an 80% chance of rain. We had a look around Chinatown and then when it started to rain we found a nice Irish pub for lunch. I have tried corn and crab chowder today and it's pretty good.
We are now at the National Archive Building where we can view the original documents of the US Constitution, the Bill ...
... but since some who are reading this are older than me, I'm ok with that). The attrition for my class was 30%, now it is 15%. USNA is always amongst the most selective colleges in the country (18000 applicants; 1200 accepted). There is much time and effort that goes into this selection process and there needs to be even more that goes into protecting and growing this ...