Extended Stay America - Annapolis - Womack Drive
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... staying 2 nights and I had to move rooms. This is a bit annoying as it is nice to leave a few items out (eg: pjs, phone charger, shower puff), but not the end of the world. However I spoke to two people who also had been switched around rooms and I realised that it was to accommodate these massive groups of annoying kids. This realisation made me less tolerant to the switch.
So there you have it. If you are a young ...
... tourist traps that cost money. He is their ideal target market. He thought his money was well spent and I bit my tongue (after a short lecture).
After this we were again behind schedule and had to hotfoot it back to the Metro. Ended up missing the train I was hoping to catch and had several long waits ahead of us as we changed lines to end up back on the B30 bus to the airport.
We had to wait for the B30 bus out in the cold (brrrr). Finally we hopped on for front ...
... across an amazing hanging garden - the entire side of a building was covered in plants. We finally went to sleep around 11, just as a group of musicians began playing in the plaza below. It was soothing music, thank goodness, and a nice way to end the day. Unfortunately I had no time to go to Cordoba on this trip. Hopefully we will be able to go back to Spain and explore more. If we do, I will tell you all about ...
Being less than 2 hours from Annapolis it is a wonder I've never been there before. It is such a beautiful and peaceful city. It greatly differs from the bustling city of Inner Harbor Baltimore. Everything in the city seems to revolve around the Navy which is understandable considering the United States Naval Academy is right there. Being so close to the Academy we just had to visit it. So after lunch at a vintage tavern we walked over ...
... abolished a hundred years previously. We wander around the American History museum soaking up all things American on this, our last day. It is a strange mix of things - they have Michelle Obama's dress, a Sony Walkman, an Apple 2 computer and Kermit the Frog! - kind of eclectic. Outside the streets are really busy. Lots of people have placards protesting and demonstrating their view that ...