Annapolis and Southern Maryland Travel Guide
Plan Your Annapolis and Southern Maryland Vacation
The past is never far away from the present among the coves, rivers, and creeks of the Chesapeake Bay's lesser-known western shore. In the lively port of Annapolis, Colonial Maryland continues to assert itself. Today "Crabtown," as the state capital is sometimes called, has one of the highest concentrations of 18th-century buildings in the nation, including more than 50 that predate the Revolutionary War.
There are many places to stay near the heart of Annapolis, as well as at area B&Bs and chain motels a few miles outside town.... read more
In the beginning, there was crab: crab cakes, crab soup, whole crabs to crack. These days, most likely because of... read more
Annapolis and southern Maryland encompass the West... read more
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