Harbor View Inn of Annapolis
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... nearly four hour
train trip. The scenery changes several times, we fall asleep for less than an
hour. It was very interesting to see the changing scenery from the Train, we
saw some well to do areas, then again we say some areas that we wouldn’t want
to visit, Through Baltimore there were areas with hundreds, maybe thousands of derelict
As soon as we get off the train
we are asked about ...
Last night Nick drew up a map for us to follow today, taking us on a walking tour past most of the big ticket sights in DC. We set off slightly later than intended but we were in good spirits as we started the 20 minute walk from Nick's place to the White House. We took some photos, marvelled at the fact that world changing decisions are made in that building and simultaneously hoped that the guy on the roof with binoculars wasn't a ...
... curve to this- add it to the list!
Sidenote: For the past 5 or so years we've belonged to the "Seven Seas Cruising Association". It's an international non-profit association created in 1952 to share cruising information. We're really lucky to have last year's President assisting us with some of our refit, including overseeing the installation of the SSB.
... week. We then continued our walk past the Washington memorial and all the closed museums to Capitol Hill. After a long day of walking, we finished the evening off at Andrew & Liz Maxted’s, where we met their new arrival Will and had a great time catching up over a BBQ dinner and a few coldies.
Whilst D.C. was largely closed, we still had a wonderful time with great company and will be forever grateful for the hospitality that we received during our ...
... along to our appointment, eager to finally get everything in place. But of course, it did not go to plan. All of the information we'd been given was wrong. All of it. There was no way to apply for a visa from the US. And, to cut a very long, complicated and stressful story short, it was no longer viable to go to India at all. The costs of obtaining a visa last minute from the UK, along with the cost of delaying our flights, means that it's just not possible. So ...