Thursday, November 20, 2014

Aloha to Annapolis

The United States Naval Acadmey is nestled in downtown Annapolis along its waterfront.  From Visit Annapolis (link),

If you're a history buff, Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay belong on your bucket list. A Museum without Walls, Annapolis served as our nation's first peacetime capital. Maryland's four signers of the Declaration of Independence had homes here, and you can visit three of those residencestoday. A walk down our brick-lined streets puts you in touch with four centuries of history and architecture. There are more 18th-century brick homes in Annapolis than any other city in the nation.

This colorful Bed & Breakfast caught my eye!

The Navy patrols the harbor.

Do you have a favorite harbor?  One randomly selected commenter from this week's blogs wins a book choice from my convention stash.  Comments are open through Saturday, November 22, 10 pm in Baltimore.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, November 23, at SOS Aloha.


Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City


  1. I do like to go occasionally to Hamilton, Ontario and see the harbour there, it is a very pretty site. My husband would just love the old truck, awesome.

  2. Thanks for the nice photos of my alma mater!

  3. I'll have to go with New York Harbor as my favorite.

  4. I love the harbors along the barrier islands in North Carolina

  5. LOL... I live in the midwest and have no access to any harbor, so no favs :) Thanks for the fun pics!

  6. I've liked the Charleston SC harbor for many years and more recently the Baltimore Harbor. Isn't it great that harbors have been cleaned up - much better than years ago.

  7. I like our local harbor, but I must say I think my favorite is Sydney harbor!