Holiday Inn Express Hunt Valley
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... a fountain. Very pleasant. When we had appreciated all the paintings we could, we continued on to the National Archives. There was saw the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and the Constitution. Very cool! We were hungry by this point, so we walked to Hard Rock Cafe and got some food. Bryan enjoyed a BBQ burger and I had a club sandwich. Desmond got to slurp down another squeezie tube of puréed goodness. Then we went to ...
... up Main Street, saw the capital state building and walked back down to the harbour. We found a hand made fudge store which had so many lovely sweets. Their toffee apples looked something else, with so many variations of coatings.
Wandering on down to the harbour, we stopped off for lunch at the 'Middleton Tavern'. I had a holy moly cocktail, which was hot choc, pepper vodka, amaretto & whipped cream. Andy tried a local beer. For lunch I had pork belly sliders; 3 mini ...
... for years. He died in 1826 at age 83 and is buried alongside his wife and other family members in the family cemetery on the grounds. Considered the author of the Declaration of Independence he went on to be elected as the third president (1801-1809).
For lunch that afternoon we went to Michie Tavern (built in 1784), where they served a buffet of typical Southern fare from that time period. There were several other buildings ...
... and we had lunch. Very nice town.
We continued south to cross over into Maryland to have dinner in Annapolis. We wanted to stop at the state park there to put our feet in Chesapeake Bay but it was 5 o'clock and they wanted $30 to enter the park to get stung by jellyfish (there were warnings posted). Another good reason not to swim in the water. Keep em' coming people. We found our way to Annapolis, MD for ...
... it as an elevator of sorts, the kind that transports you from one weird dimension to another. Being in that room was like being in limbo, and that's where I saw Miranda for the first time. I knew she was on the other side of that bedroom door before anyone said anything, I could just feel her. I walked over to the door with Christian, who darted in front of me and threw it open. The light from the sun was magnified by freshly-fallen snow on ...