SpringHill Suites Annapolis
Travel Blogs from Annapolis
... a relatively short taxi ride (longer in the queue) we got to our hotel & checked in. After unpacking, we headed out for a wander. It is like a ghost town - on a Friday night! Not many people and even fewer establishments of any description open! After a lengthy period we find a little pub, have tea, head home and try to get some sleep - we have a big day planned tomorrow ...
A quick brekky and we head off to find the 'real' amish...as we knew they were about. We regularly saw buggies and when driving on the back roads, off the main highways, we saw them working the farm land with horse drawn equipment, or walking around in their traditional clothes or on traditional unmotorised modes of transport. Their cycle was a cross of a razor/scooter and a bicycle. We saw those all over the place as well as those buggies. I'm prerty sure I took a photo of the road ...
... There’s hope for them yet!
Waiting on the steps out the front for the bus that would take us ‘home’ again, we found ourselves surrounded by a little Aussie contingency. A family from Perth, and what appeared to be a Mother/Daughter combo from Brisbane. It was possible to momentarily forget where we were! Actually, on that note, I am finding it funny that some of the locals are having trouble understanding our accents. I guess because we ...
... buying it! Inside the building was just as impressive as out and even though tours were offered we just pottered on our own. Excellent displays and most informative.
A fairly amazing tunnel took us underground through to the Library of Congress and the architecture moved up another level. There was marble everywhere, mosaic floors, amazing ceiling art and bits and pieces to keep the eyes boggling. A truly beautiful building. We visited special ...
... has many 18th-century houses. The names of several of the streets—King George's, Prince George's, Hanover, and Duke of Gloucester, etc.—date from colonial days. The United States Naval Academy was founded here in 1845. During World War II, shipyards in Annapolis built a number of PT Boats, and military vessels such ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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