State House Inn
Travel Blogs from Annapolis
... the home of the U.S. Naval Academy and a plethora of history as it relates to the American revolution and civil war. Originally named Providence, its name changed several times before settling on Anne Arundels Towne after the wife of Lord Baltimore. Through the 1600's the English had several conflicts within their ruling bodies ...
... is one of my all-time favourite paintings by my favourite artist. It was just amazing to see it in real life and I kept going back to look at it over and over again. When I turned around, at the opposite end of the room was "Dancers at the Barre" by Edgar Degas.
After a coffee break there we headed off to the Metro to navigate our way to the National Gallery We are getting quite clever at finding our way around on the Metro ...
... In 1825, President John Quincy Adams urged Congress to establish a Naval Academy "for the formation of scientific and accomplished officers." His proposal, however, was not acted upon until 20 years later.
On September 13, 1842, the American Brig Somers set sail from the Brooklyn Navy Yard on one of the most significant cruises in American naval history. It was a school ship for the training of teenage naval apprentice volunteers who ...
... lost in New York. ,) Well then our Tour-guide or he calls himself leader Chris. We had to fill out some forms, ect,.. After that i met the rest of the group. We were just 4 girls and 9 Guys!!
Martin and Stig - Denmark
Nathalie - UK
Sarah - UK
Richard - New Zealand
Glenn and Caitlyn - Australia
Neil (menghao li) - China
Woosik - Korea
ES - Korea
Steve and Trevor - UK
Chris - American
And Myself Manu - Germany
That sounds like a ...
... visited his office for a little tour and had an amazing cheap South American lunch in the office ref. The office is just opposite Unesco and near the UN, ************e didn't speak spanish in his office. From there I walked over the few blocks to see The White House as I missed it last time, and some of the Mall. Then I went to meet Mark and Winnie's friend Lia who had decided to become a travelling Journalist for a while and follow and write about the 99% Occupy Wall Street March. ...