Annapolis Villager Lodge

69 Old Mill Bottom Rd., Annapolis, Maryland, 21401, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 69 Old Mill Bottom Rd., Annapolis, is near U.S. Naval Academy, Severna Park Golf Center, Chase-Lloyd House, and Bay Hills Golf Club.
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A travel blog entry by noreenf on Sep 02, 2014

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Andi sent us all a good list of things to do - calling our banks etc. It's little details like this that are most helpful to ensure we don't forget.

She also sent us a list of everyone's arrival times, since we are coming in from different directions. I arrive first. The next group arrives about 16 hours after I do. Andi has arranged for our pick up from the airport - this is a big relief ...

Monuments and memorial holocaust

A travel blog entry by kech-williams on Jan 28, 2014

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... 70 panel in both an east and west direction !!!! We then completed the memorials with the world war 2 memorial which pains me to say but was done really well by president bush !! Afterwards we went to see the holocaust museum which was actually one of the better museums I have seen about the holocaust, as it was more describing the maxis and how they came to power and the reasons behind this which I thought was really well done ...

Old Towns of Annapolis and Alexandria

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Oct 22, 2013

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... well as the Academy's history. One of my favorite exhibits was the French Prisoner of War ships, elaborate carvings done by prisoners with time on their hands during the long naval wars between Napoleon and the British. They used wood, bone and whatever materials they could find to make these amazing model ships.



Since my plane didn't leave until the late afternoon, we spent the next morning exploring Old ...

Our first morning in the District

A travel blog entry by michaelparsons on Sep 29, 2013

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A beautiful sunrise dappled a blue sky with rich pink clouds and suggested a fine day ahead. We planned to have an early breakfast at the hotel so that sightseeing could begin in earnest at the earliest opportunity. Breakfast was interesting. Plastic disposable cutlery and paper plates was not what we expected in the capital city of the free world, but maybe the message about sustainability hasn't taken root here. Washington has really surprised us. ...

Washington DC ... Where's the shopping?

A travel blog entry by edsells on Jun 27, 2013

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... with real non fatty meat. They also change the menu so you don't see the same things every day.

We had dinner across the road in a nice pub style restaurant and settled back into our room at about 10pm and caught up with a bit of local area news before calling it a night.

Thursday: With the bus just outside our house, it was a short 10 minute ride to down town D.C. where just about everything in Washington is located for the thirsty tourist. Our hosts kindly ...