Hampton Inn Easton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 ...
What has been an unusually full summer began in late May with Bob’s 60th college reunion, followed in June by a birthday week-end in New York and then in July, a road trip up the Oregon Coast to the Olympic Peninsula with Steven, Daniel and Ollie. (Jessica joined us for the weekend). In between travels, the garden has kept us busy. While the cold winter wreaked havoc on the hydrangeas ...
I've decided to make today the offical first day of my excusion, as I've just popped my first Malarone. I'm sitting on my bed waiting for some weird side effects. People say I'm a hypochondriac, but I'm totally not. Just saying...
Anyway, the contents of my suitcase ...
... br> Alex Haley Memorial - At this downtown city dock is where Kunta Kinte, the enslaved African arrived in 1767. The bronze statue depicts the author reading his novel “Roots” to bronze children lying on the grass in front of him. Along the waterfront walkway, there are several plaques memorializing the people that helped eradicate slavery or those who were involved in the Underground Railroad.
US Naval ...
... restaurant when we walked in. We walked over to the post office desk and waited for someone to come along to help. Behind us, the custodial woman said in some strange accent, "Just a minute." She finished mopping that section of floor, entered a door to the post office, took off her apron and then proceded to play mail worker! Well, we sent the paperwork.
We just prayed extra hard that it actually gets to California. I hope that's the last ...