During the spring break, we visited Maryland, focusing on the northern Chesapeake Bay, between Havre de Grace and the capital, Annapolis.
Havre de Grace
The tourist season has not yet started in Havre de Grace. The views and the peacefulness of the waterfront more than compensated for few closed restaurants and an ice-cream shop.
A view to Susquehanna River and the Chesapeake Bay:
The boardwalk on the waterfront:
I have read about the Little Free Libraries, but it was the first time I saw one. I wanted to add Initial Conditions to the collection, but of course, I didn’t have a copy with me.
A blue house on a local road near Aberdeen drew our attention:
A big sign read:
Inside, we discovered a sparkling space with minimalistic furniture and decor, and… flavorful, delicious food!
Historic old Annapolis was a pleasant place to start a day in.
We passed the governor’s mansion:
and a reminder that taxes benefit everyone:
Boats and water have a relaxing effect:
Especially when glimpsing a couple having a romantic moment on a yacht:
We have several Little Free Libraries in our town. It seems right since we are designated a UNESCO City of Literature.
You are too modest. According to Wikipedia, Iowa City is the only UNESCO City of Literature in North America.
We are proud of it. 🙂
There’ve been the occasional Little Free Library in our town. The most interesting ones I’d seen were in Traverse City, Michigan, though. They had one by the State Theater there which imitated the building in its look. I believe it also was well-stocked with movie-related books.