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We visited Annapolis for the first time. It was an enjoyable visit with many places to visit. The water front was picturesque. Many shops and places to eat. Also toured the Naval Academy.
We would visit the town again.
The historic district is so compact it's easy to tour on foot, browsing the shops and stopping for a drink or meal right at the water. Brick streets and sidewalks, historic houses built right on the sidewalks give a sense of living history. Weekends are...More
Great restaurants of all sorts, coffee shops, ice cream shops, a harbor with boats, tours, ducks and scenic spots for photos, interesting stores, history, the Naval Academy, people watching, watering holes, dog friendly, friendly locals and our little city attracts an international group of tourists...More
My husband and I recently spent a half day in Annapolis and were pleasantly surprised. Although driving into the historic district and finding parking on a Sunday morning, was a bit of a challenge, it was certainly worth the trip. We started by wandering around...More
Meandering along these historic streets is a special experience. The Naval Academy and State House are the "big" attractions, but the quaint homes, shops and restaurants are treasures as well. And of course the docks and multitude of magnificent boats, large and larger, are the...More
Annapolis is a town that has kept its historical past alive. There is a wonderful quaint historic feel to this place. The architecture of homes and winding streets keeps you interested. There are many restaurants and shops to enjoy also. Annapolis was saved from attacks...More
After touring the Naval Academy we decided to stroll through the historic district and the marina area. We loved it — the history, the architecture, the cobblestone streets, the homes, the small shops, and the State House. We stopped at one of the excellent restaurants...More
Response from Vaglassmoore | Reviewed this property |
Perfect for people with dogs! Many cafes have outside sitting and encourage you to bring your dog! One of my favorites is Harry Brown’s on State Circle and right next door is Paw’s Pet Boutique with everything your dog will... More
Perfect for people with dogs! Many cafes have outside sitting and encourage you to bring your dog! One of my favorites is Harry Brown’s on State Circle and right next door is Paw’s Pet Boutique with everything your dog will love!❤️
Response from TommyBoy94 | Reviewed this property |
There are curb cuts in many places and ramps on some buildings. I'm sure all the government buildings are ADA compliant. Easy enough to get around outside and restaurants are hit and miss regarding accessibility. Call if you... More
There are curb cuts in many places and ramps on some buildings. I'm sure all the government buildings are ADA compliant. Easy enough to get around outside and restaurants are hit and miss regarding accessibility. Call if you have a desire to dine in, or see. a specific place.