Upon arriving in downtown Annapolis, I meandered around the back streets a bit, before checking out the Visitor Center.
Of course, lunch was very much on the agenda, so I checked out a Baked Potato restaurant, of all things. it was fabulous.
The decor inside was innovative and entertaining.
Annapolis being the state capital of Maryland, the government edifices were much in evidence.
One of Maryland’s great human treasures was the late former Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall- a paragon of jurisprudence.
Maryland’s Roman Catholic roots are celebrated throughout Annapolis. Here is the Calvert House.
The Church of St. Ann is Annapolis’ premier Catholic edifice.
Moving away from the Capitol ^, we come upon the city’s historic watering holes.
Along with the rest of the nation, Annapolis paid its respects to the Anacostia 12.
The events of the previous day just made my visit to the United States Naval Academy all the more poignant.