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Annapolis – Great day trip from DC September 30, 2015

Posted by hslu in Travel.
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Annapolus is Maryland’s Capital and it is where American Naval Academy is. It’s about 50 miles from Northern Virginia via US 50 through Washington DC.

We’ve been here a few times and like what this charming small town has to offer:

1. Free tour of the Naval Academy w/o a reservation. It is two blocks from the water front;

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2. Water front tourist attractions;

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3. Several ice cream shops near the water front and along the narrow street stretching from the water front to the back of the Maryland state house;

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2 scoops。貪心不足。吃了發胖。

2 scoops。貪心不足。吃了發胖。

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4. Many nice restaurants with street side tables serving decent food and drinks;

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The entire place used to be a restaurant。 After it failed a couple of years ago,the landlord changed it into a market and sandwich shops。

5. Small town atmosphere where the pace of the life Is slow and the ambiance around the town is relaxed; and

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6. On any night of the week, and of course on Fridays and Saturdays, you’ll see cadets in uniforms taking a break at restaurants and bars along the streets.

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If you are around the area for a few days, take US 50 then follow the sign to this quite and small town.

If you are into football,annual Army-Navy football isn’t that great as far as football is concern,but you might enjoy the rivalry。

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There are many great restaurants, such as this one, for you to choose from.

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Level. Being here once. Enjoyed it very much.

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