Hampton Inn & Suites Annapolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... could see blossoms starting to bud. We really just drove this day and in the end decided to drive all the way to Asheville for the night as part of the parkway was closed, so no point dilly dallying. We were in dire need of washing facilities so looked into campgrounds and hotels. We managed to get a hotel for only $20 each a night, cheaper than camping!! And it’s a really nice hotel, with free wi-fi and breakfast.
Thursday, we headed off to Biltmore estate. ...
... Avenue connecting the Capitol and the White House, and go in varying diagonal directions, breaking up the monotonous grid of numbered and lettered streets. As in Paris this layout creates sweeping vistas and an interesting but orderly whole.
Also like many European cities there are no modern skyscrapers in Washington other than tall monuments like the Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol, Old Post Office Building tower, National Cathedral, and Catholic Basilica of ...
... memorial. It was so tall the point was all lit up. It had only just been fixed it had a lot of cracks appear in the top of it, after an earthquake 4 years ago. It was nearly midnight so we started walking back to the hotels and spotted a burger and steak restaurant just across the road from our hotel. It was delicious and the passion fruit cosmopolitan was to die for. We all headed back to the hotel as we had another big day tomorrow see the sights and going to the ...
So, with my addictive planning personality trait, I just had to research options to fill the proposed free time in our itinerary. I found 2 workshops - one is an all day batik class & the other is a 3hr jewelry class. With both classes, you bring home a beautiful piece of Bali. I may have to pass on one of the day trips in order to do the batik class - I'll have to take a close look at ...
... date, I've covered 16 battlefields, over 5 states and two Capitol cities. The battles produced nearly 300,000 casualties and saw the momentum switch from the South to the North.
Incidently, the last Confederate force to surrender was in November 1865 at Liverpool, England when a Confederate warship finally docked after harassing unions ships in the Arctic region!!!