Residence Inn Annapolis
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... We are trying to outrun the next Polar Vortex scheduled for late next week. Hoping to leave Tues and get as far south as possibly quickly. We are reading emails from friends who are already in the Carolinas or, in some cases Florida. It's extra ...
... in the upper 2 levels. There was a lot of information in a folder and quite a few supplies as well in the apartment. Another great Air BnB place to recommend.
We took our time settling in and finally made tracks at 7 pm to 8th Street to get some dinner. It was about a 15 minute walk and there so many restaurants to choose from it took us a while to decide but we settled on a Spanish/South American/Mexican restaurant which was quite good. ...
... a shocking amount of seven states (MA, NY, PA, MD, CT, NJ, RI) in only 6 days! But most of all, it was wonderful to be able to be on this adventure together with mama and show her my home away from home. Pictures nor words can describe how much fun we had and how intensely we enjoyed every minute, yet they do a pretty good job in giving you an idea ;)
On Monday, one of the biggest events of Boston took place: the Boston Marathon. This 26 mile run receives world wide ...
... Will need to check how far off we were. We took a detour to Chesapeake City in Maryland and what a cute little town. Very pictureseque and historic. If was also nice to see water! It was great to stretch our legs for a little while. We kept going and headed across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to get across to Annapolis. Did you know that it is supposed to be one of the scariest bridges to cross? Apparently the length, narrowness and height freak many out. We think its because you can ...
Day 2: Washington DC
We awoke bright and early –seriously, very early, like 7.30am early – to find that we were parked in Washington DCs train station. After a quick talk on where the bus was parked, what the local attractions were and what time we had to be back, we set off to the train stations toilets to get ready for the day ahead.
Green Tortoise Rule Number 5: Always listen to where the bus is parked. Maybe even mark it on the map. Otherwise you may ...