How to spend the weekend in Annapolis Maryland - Skylar Aria’s Adventures
We spent the weekend in Annapolis Maryland and was totally surprised at how charming this little town is. Full of history, amazing food and a relaxed vibe.
Annapolis, MD Middleton Tavern Then and Now
The Then is from the Library of Congress HABS collection. It is dated 1936. Notice how the building in 1936 was already missing its door surround (and door for that matter). I've eaten here before, good food, kind of expensive. I don't remember if the door surround was rebuilt but there's definitely a doorway there now.
Visions of Annapolis: 50 years past, present and future
Annapolis is home to the oldest continuously used state house in the country. The city has more than 1,100 historic buildings and boasts the largest concentration of 18th-century architecture in the United States, according to the Annapolis Historic Foundation. It's that treasure the city must preserve to retain its character and appeal, Annapolis leaders say.
Co-owner Dennis Lowman @ Rookie's Market in Annapolis, MD... (It was the last grocery store in downtown Annapolis... Rookie's closed March 12, 1989 after more than 45 years in business)... Note the sign behind Lowman says cold cut subs are $2...