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100 Westgate Circle, Annapolis, United States
173 Jennifer Road, Annapolis, United States
80 Compromise Street, Annapolis, United States
210 Holiday Court, Annapolis, United States
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... with whom we'll be staying for the next 10 days. Derek and Sarah are two great friends of ours who moved over to Annapolis 2 years ago. They've been working, procreating and building since they left, and the end results are a great little man called ...
... . I'm hoping he'll come out to visit us in Vietnam or Laos, even though he's only 2. We managed to catch the Annapolis Memorial Day Parade, which was a bit of a laugh. Groups passing by included the 'PT Cruiser Owners Social Club' (consisting of ...
... recognition of the United States of America by the rest of the world. May 7, 1784: Thomas Jefferson is appointed first United States minister to foreign governments. It happened in the Old Senate Room when the State House was our National Capitol: ...
... complicated process. I dont think so. But to make a long story short, I get a call from the store here in Annapolis who said the pump had come in, but they had ordered the wrong one. Sorry...we will reorder...three more day's ...
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Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Food tasting and history await you. This tour blends the best of past and present. A colonial-clad guide leads you through the history of Annapolis, while introducing you to 21st century culinary delights - a seamless blend of time and tastes. While walking this compact city, you eat where the founding fathers ate, and eat where the founding fathers wish they could have eaten. Enough food for lunch and history enough for continuing education credits.
311 Third St., Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Pirate Adventures on the Chesapeake is a unique, unforgettable experience for your child aboard a pirate ship in the Annapolis Harbor. You will be amazed as we tap into your child's imagination and transform him or her into a pirate, complete with face paint, tattoos, and pirate fashions. Time aboard our ship is filled with non-stop activity, including reading a treasure map, hauling loot aboard, and, of course, defending the ship with our famous water cannons.
121 Blake Road, Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Established in 1845, this undergraduate college for the Navy prepares men and women to become professional officers in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.
19 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, Maryland, United States