Residence Inn Annapolis
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... my favorite genre unless the
portrait displays great mastery of technique. Every portrait in the National
Portrait Gallery, though, is accompanied by a detailed explanation of the
sitter’s importance in American history, so if you take the time to read it’s
like a lesson in American history, one in which you can place a face with the
... rallying cries that made the possibility of a better society palpable to his community.Fasanella is often remembered for his iconic admonition: “Lest We Forget,” an impassioned plea to remember the sacrifices of our forebears. In 2014, the exhibition Ralph Fasanella: Lest We Forget, united the artist’s most powerful works in a celebration of the hundredth anniversary of his birth. Brightly coloured, beautifully composed naive and ...
... bridges...with comments flying left, right and centre from the back seat drivers, we had fun trying to find parking. There was some public parking garages around, but with the car space case on the roof, we were to high to park. With parking restricted to on the streets and that being very limited as well, we had to walk a lot to see the attractions. The girls did well doing this...but I think that had a lot to do with the $20.00 incentive to get there had a bit to do with ...
With the mad scramble on and less than three weeks before our house close, I took a gamble and drove with the kids to see a boat just outside of Annapolis. I had to take the kids because Toutou was ill and with an impending snowstorm that was going to tie up the east coast for a week, Tou and I decided it couldn't wait. Yes, the kids missed school to see a boat. This ...
... then the commuter train. If I had to pick a favourite moment of the journey I'm not sure what would win: a) being scammed into an awful $17 Chinese for lunch, b) being so bored that I watched a looped YNN feature telling high school children how to cross the road (I'm sure these 14-18 year old kids, who should have been in school an hour and a half before, watch the morning news), or c) my final leg on a partially full 48-seat propeller plane staffed by ...