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Things to Do in Annapolis in April

By on February 8, 2011 | 4:25 pm | 0 Comments

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Will you be visiting Maryland this spring? If so, you may be interested in learning about the things to do in Annapolis in April. When planning your trip, you will have the choice to stay in one of the many Annapolis hotels. If you rather have a place with a more homey feel, there are multiple bed and breakfasts to choose from, such as the Ark and Dove B&B. Never

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Things to Do in Annapolis in May

By on February 8, 2011 | 4:12 pm | 0 Comments

May is an important month for Annapolis Maryland and its visitors and residents. The main event in the Capital of Maryland is the graduation of midshipmen from Annapolis Naval Academy. Midshipmen, as the Academy's students are called, participate in a variety of traditions and functions during the USNA Commissioning Week or USNA "June Week." This week-long celebration

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Benjamin Banneker Museum Showcases Maryland Quilts

By on February 8, 2011 | 12:47 pm | 0 Comments

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The history of American quilting is just about as old as the history of the United States itself. Quilting originated in the Colonial era when women of a community would come together to piece quilts by hand. Though modern technology has given quilters the option of sewing by machine, the tradition of quilting and quilting circles—groups of people (usually women)

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Annapolis, Maryland Waterfront

By on February 4, 2011 | 2:25 pm | 0 Comments

The Annapolis waterfront is filled with boats and activity

Annapolis Waterfront One of the most historic cities in the country is Annapolis Maryland. Annapolis, which was established in 1696, is the capital of the state. It is a vivacious city located on the Chesapeake Bay that is rich with history and colonial charm. It is a city full of mouth-watering cuisine, luxurious accommodations, and many fun-filled activities for the

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Shop and Stay in Annapolis, Maryland

By on February 2, 2011 | 12:47 pm | 0 Comments

Annapolis shopping at the Westfield Annapolis Mall

Head to Annapolis, MD for the best shopping in the area. Finding things to do in Annapolis, Maryland is an enjoyable quest for both visitors to the area and local residents. Renowned for its beautiful location on the Chesapeake Bay and its proximity to Baltimore and Washington, D.C., Annapolis provides ample attractions from nautical and outdoors activities to a plethora

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Joust Come and See Maryland’s State Sport

By on January 25, 2011 | 12:44 pm | 0 Comments

In an area known for boating—Annapolis is, after all, the Sailing Capital—jousting is Maryland’s official state sport. Who’d a thunk it? While the Maryland Jousting Tournament Association has been promoting the world’s oldest equestrian sport here since 1950, jousting has been a Maryland fixture since the early settlers arrived in St.

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