How best to introduce this quaint historic town by the ocean: capital of Maryland state, home to the U.S. Naval academy, place to eat the yummy blue crab cake or a quickest gateway from DC that takes you to the water at the Chesapeake Bay?
Whichever way you choose, Annapolis, located just about 40 minutes drive from DC, was a perfect Labor day weekend destination.
We walked around the marina and admired the colorful facades of the old town houses. We took a peek at the Naval academy vast campus and thought we saw Richard Geer in a white uniform.
When we got hungry, we had some delicious crab cake with curly fries.
The we walked some more and inhaled the sights, architecture and the ocean smell.
I enjoy a good front door, or two. Rocking chairs on a porch, always. And some funky flower pots.
I thought the poster above sums it up well: boat, fly, eat crab, enjoy historic buildings. Good design is always a treat! Happy Tuesday!