Hampton Inn & Suites Annapolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We have just spent five wonderful days in Washington. It is a city for people who care about history. There are so many monuments, memorials, museums and historical buildings.
Our hotel is located on Thomas Circle which is just six blocks from the White House and seven blocks to 7th and H Streets which seem to be the heart of the city restaurant district and night life.
Most things are in walking distance if you are reasonably fit. I think ...
... for you, fight for what matters). We had a small cup to share but its was microscopic compared to the true US portions.
Finally, we took a twilight Potomac river cruise. It gave us a different view of the city and monuments. But the photos weren't so good. Too dark and on a moving boat.
Well thats a 14 hour day. completely shagged when we go back to hotel.
We’ve splashed. These “polar vortex’s” are not making things easy, though. The marina where the boat is located had ice until last week. We were able to use the time to replace all the standing rigging, install a new cutlass bearing, make fiberglass repairs, do some bottom touch up, and pack away the two giant car loads of stuff we ...
... the best Mexican food in the world. And that is where it all fell apart. Words can not describe how bad it was. Everything tasted fake. The sauce, the cheese, the meat. The only good bit was the corn chips and they weren't the best. It was so disappointing. We were heart broken. Miserable. All our taco dreams gone forever.
We salvaged some goodness that evening by having some great Mexican at a proper Mexican takeaway shop but we will forever be filled ...
... with teachers and children. Bizarrely the first class we visited was absolutely silent. This is not because the children were particularly quiet. Rather they were all asleep! The youngest children who are a similar age to our nursery pupils, come to school all day. So what do they do after lunch? They all take a nap! Which was great for the teacher because he could do all his planning for the next day while they ...