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Trip Report Excellent Long Weekend in Annapolis, MD

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My husband and I just got back from a long weekend in Annapolis, MD. We went because we thought it would be romantic to see the fire works over the harbor--and it was. If you love small, old cities, with lots of interesting architecture and good walking, consider Annapolis. We stayed on the fringes of the old part of the city, at the Doubletree, in order to save some money. It was adequate. We ate at a brand new restuarant (open only one week), that was FANTASTIC. It is called Hell Point and is right down on the city dock. Really good food, decent prices for a "fine dining" place; excellent service; great ambience. We sat in the top level, inside. It was fabulous for people and sailboat watching!

We self-toured the USNA, which was particulalry interesting because the new Plebe class had just arrived. We also really enjoyed the state house. Beautiful architecture and interesting info--for free!

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