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Hotel, Historical Inn. Annapolis MD

Dedicated on July 23, 1998, the Maryland World War II Memorial is devoted to citizens of the state who perished during the greatest military conflict that man has ever seen. Built in Annapolis on Route 450, overlooking the Severn River and near the U.S. Naval Academy, the memorial was designed by architect Secundino Fernandez. Memorial… read more

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This year the 71st Annual Annapolis Crab Feast will be held on Friday August 5, 2016 at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. This is the world’s largest crab feast! The event is an all-you-can-eat/drink party organized by the Rotary Club of Annapolis to help raise funds for local community and cultural organizations. The feast… read more

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Fishing is a popular pass time. It is important to fish responsibly. If you catch a fish that is small, gently release it from your fishing rod and throw it back in the water. Be careful and gentle to the fish. Select tackle that matches the size of the targeted species in order to minimize… read more

Historic Inn, Hotel, Annapolis

If you want to catch fish or crabs, you must follow the State of Maryland’s rules and regulations. If you are under 16 years of age,  you are exempt from State licensing regulations. Anyone 16 years of age or older needs to be sure to follow the rules in their age bracket and the type… read more

The wind is in control when you are sailing. You must guide your sailboat according to the direction of the wind. A sailboat cannot sail directly into the wind. Always keep your sail 45 degrees toward the wind; this is known as being close hauled. The sailboat is on beam reach when it is across… read more

Maryland produces over 400 different wines that will please any wine enthusiast. With the large variety of  wines to choose from. Maryland has a rich history of growing delicious wine grapes coupled with an ideal climate to help the grapes ripen to perfection for wine making. This  delights Maryland wine drinkers and tourists alike. Wineries… read more

Boating, sailing, and cruising are an important part of the Annapolis lifestyle. A few other popular ways to enjoy the beautiful Chesapeake Bay and surrounding waters is kayaking and canoeing. You’re right next to the water, exercising,  and relaxing in nature. Here are a few of Annapolis’ favorite places to enjoy the water. Truxtun Park… read more

If you are interested in learning to fish or improving your skills, it’s important to buy yourself a nice fishing pole. Look for one made of fiberglass or graphite. They are sold as inexpensively as $10. Be sure to buy a spool of mono filament fishing line. If you’re going to fish in fresh water… read more

Bird watching is a favorite hobby of many in Annapolis. There are such a wide variety of amazing birds to see year round and such beautiful scenery throughout Annapolis. Many people are enjoying combining their other favorite hobby, photography, with the enjoyment of bird watching. It combines skill, talent and a good set of eyes… read more

Don’t miss the Annapolis Irish Festival on Friday July 15, 2016. The  gates open at 4pm and on Saturday July 16, 2016 gates open at 11 AM. Tickets purchased online allow people to  get in 30 minutes early. The Annapolis Irish Festival is located on Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds, 1450 Generals Hwy, Crownsville, MD 21032… read more