If you want a small snack for lunch and are not used to American servings, be careful what you order!
We had looked in all the small cafe/restaurants in the row seen here and after studying the menu went in to order a sandwich. They did not do Takeaway and we were invited to take a table. We watched as others were served submarines and torpedoes and were thankful we had only ordered a sandwich.
Ater what seemed quite a long time for a something as simple as a ham & salad sandwich the smiling waitress arrived with a laden tray. -The sandwiches were enormous and dripping with ham, the large salads came on separate plates, there were two "buckets"of fries and a chunk of bread with a pot of butter each. Our lemonades were served in pint sized glasses.
All delicious but far too much food - even though the cost was modest. I don't think they "do" light snacks in America!
Main Street is exactly that, one of the major roads downtown.
Yet that's not the cool thing about it. As you stand at the top of it, it goes down hill straight to the water giving the effect of sailing boats going across the bottom.
Fondest memory: Annapolis was a really nice little place, with tree shaded streets and quaint little shops. I just had to take a photo when I saw the sign "Snow emergency route". It is hard to imagine any snow when you are standing in about a 109 degree heat. Please excuse the shorts.
The Visitor Information Center is located in located in the Inner Harbor. Many of the walking Tours depart from this location.
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