Annapolis, Maryland

Just before I left Maryland, I was able to spend a couple days exploring Annapolis. First was with Leslie and Lauren; we were taking some pictures for Foundation Mag and just enjoying our last day out together. We ate lunch at a restaurant that overlooked the harbor and I had fish tacos for the first time, ever! They were absolutely delightful and I wish I had tried them sooner. I'm not a big fish eater, so it was a big deal for me to order them.

The second time was with my dad, sister, and nephew. We were showing my dad around for the few days he was there before he and I set off across the country. We grabbed pretzels at the Amish market, ice cream at a local parlor, and also visited the Naval base. It was so beautiful, definitely the most beautiful base I have been on.

I love the East coast and can't believe it's a part of my past. Living there was exactly what I needed at the exact time I needed it. I have some of my most favorite memories from my time there, and I hope that I can visit, soon.


Silex In The City said...

Your pictures are so charming. I've always wanted to visit there!

amy said...

what a LOVELY place - but i must admit i fell in love with the mural on the wall..like WOAH that is gorgeous!

Rebekah said...

I miss the Amish market! I used to go to one in Germantown MD. I loved the cooper pretzel with cooper cheese. I still drool just thinking about it!

Marlen said...

hahah "it was a big deal for me to order them." I'm the SAME WAY and my friends always make fun of me and my "limited palette". I just don't want to order something and then still feel peckish afterwards, so I always go with what's safe and tested. Though I never regret it when I go outside the box :) I always LOVE your travel posts, you take some of the most beautiful pictures. I had to scroll through them twice to really soak them in.

xo marlen
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