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What could be more fun than “Toasting” the Christmas Spirit with a small group of wonderful, upbeat, patriotic ladies? Especially when the venue is one of the most historic places on our East Coast, Annapolis, Maryland.

Come join the Beatrice Bradley Adventure Travel group for a long weekend, Friday thru Monday-Dec. 3-Dec. 6th, 2021 in Annapolis. Bring your Christmas shopping list and hunt for treasured finds in this nautical paradise. And, for those curious about how our US NAVY molds midshipmen into future leaders, we can arrange for you to take a tour through the US Naval Academy. The second oldest service academy, the grounds are beautiful and there are many statues, paintings, and years of history inside the walls.

Mosaic mural art

muelle de annapolisAnnapolis boasts some of the best seafood in the country, lovely restaurants for any foodie’s palate, and a quaint seaside feel. The Historic district is known for boutique shopping, and we will have a local guide to take us on a walking tour to see the best highlights the town has to offer. One day we will visit the Heritage Wine region: our small-group tour of the Heritage wine region will feature visits to popular vineyards such as Great Frogs, Thanksgiving Farms and Friday’s Creek, while we explore one of the most historic areas of the country. The drive into the countryside will provide a beautiful tour of a lush area not far out of the city. On Sunday, December 5th, we have a special surprise that involves lots of chocolate.

We have many great ideas lined up for this trip, so let’s start building it together. Please email me for more information and our trip itinerary. Accommodations will be in the Historic area and we are basing the rate on double occupancy of rooms with two queen beds. If you need a single occupancy rate, you will need to contact me: debra@bbgage.com.

thomas shoal lighthouse

About Annapolis:

With more surviving 18th century buildings than any other city in the United States, visiting Annapolis is like stepping back in time to the days when the city was a colonial seaport. Known as America’s Sailing Capital, the city is located on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and is a paradise for water lovers, famous for its crab cakes, lighthouses, and 500 miles of gorgeous shoreline.

The Historic district of Annapolis is filled with great shops to browse and wonderful places to grab a tasty treat. Christmas will be right around the corner, what a wonderful way to buy unique gifts. Watch this video:

When it comes to fun places to eat, we will definitely be visiting this one:

This is a small group tour,we are looking for 10-15 women to join us. Call me, # 860-305-5597 or email me: debra@bbgage.com for more information.