SpringHill Suites Annapolis
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a guided group tour of the campus while my mother
waited in the visitor center. The Academy’s campus and especially its chapel are
lovely. My father struggled to keep up with the rest of the group on the tour,
probably the first time I noticed his significant physical decline. Up until
then he had been taking walsk around his neighborhood quite regularly and could
generally keep up on foot.
... were about to take -off into some whacky joyous realm.
Filling in a few hours between my departure for cousin Ellen and Jon's earlier to his brother in Michigan, I go to the little park cnr T street and Anna J Cooper Cr. less than a minute from the apartment and do a couple of drawings of the houses and reflect upon DC and our mixed neighbourhood . Jon's right, it's a rough, tough place for many and although this is a mixed middle -class area, the ...
... here forever, and that is where they build the grave site for him and his family. We wandered through a bit more before leaving and catching the subway back to near our hotel for get some late lunch. After a rest we were ready to go again, we walked down to the national mall. The national mall is a national park which is the area in between the Lincoln memorial, Washington monument, the White House and the capital building. ...
... on a trolley for an all stops tour of the major attractions and after about an hour or more we stopped off at the national archives followed by the Jefferson memorial with some snow flurries and then back to town to do our Christmas shopping for each other at macey's, we had dinner in the room watching National Lampoons "Christmas vacation" ahhh the Griswald's :) wrapped our presents and off to sleep.
A sleep in and then breakfast followed by a FaceTime with ...
... People nowadays may think of Alexandria as a suburb of DC, but the town was a big seaport in colonial times. It was George Washington's hometown and Robert E Lee grew up here as well. The Old Town has been well-preserved and many of the original colonial homes are still here.
The rain had caught up with us again so we mostly drove around the cobblestone streets, but we did get out to visit Christ Church. ...