From Home to Home, and Back, Day 26: Annapolis, Part 2- Potatoes, Pubs and A Paragon of Justice

Upon arriving in downtown Annapolis, I meandered around the back streets a bit, before checking out the Visitor Center.

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Of course, lunch was very much on the agenda, so I checked out a Baked Potato restaurant, of all things.  it was fabulous.

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The decor inside was innovative and entertaining.

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Annapolis being the state capital of Maryland, the government edifices were much in evidence.

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One of Maryland’s great human treasures was the late former Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall- a paragon of jurisprudence.

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Maryland’s Roman Catholic roots are celebrated throughout Annapolis.  Here is the Calvert House.

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The Church of St. Ann is Annapolis’ premier Catholic edifice.

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Moving away from the Capitol ^, we come upon the city’s historic watering holes.

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Along with the rest of  the nation, Annapolis paid its respects to the Anacostia 12.

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The events of the previous day just made my visit to the United States Naval Academy all the more poignant.

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