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Annapolis Greek Festival

Lesson learned: Do NOT go to the Annapolis Greek festival overly tired or not-hungry. The point is to eat and eat abundantly. As the brochure says, “Greek food is good and we have the figures to prove it!” I’m kicking myself now. We parked easily at the high school right as the shuttle drove up, […]

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Swan Lake by the Moscow Festival Ballet

Tifnotes: Naval Academy Distinguished Artist Series It is no secret that the entire DC area is ridiculously expensive. Apart from free museums and monuments, you want food or entertainment and you better have deep pockets. Living here, I’d love to go to the Kennedy Center all season and see all the amazing performances there… but… […]

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Kayak Annapolis – Falling in love with the city and sport

In this area threaded with rivers and inlets, kayaking is everywhere.  In DC you see kayaks cruising near Georgetown and in Solomons they snake in and out of tiny inlets off of the Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis is no different.  The “sailing capital of the U.S.” is surrounded by boats of all sizes from Navy ships […]

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An Annapolis Deli to return to – Chick & Ruths Delly est. 1965

I just found some notes scribbled on an old menu and realized that I haven’t shared Chick and Ruth’s deli even though it’s become my local favorite.  From the first time I saw it, it intrigued me.  In this tall narrow building sandwiched between two others along Annapolis’ busy old town Main Street, locals, tourists, […]

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Crab Avocado Tempura roll at Tsunami in Annapolis

Tsunami Sushi in Annapolis

Tsunami 51 West Street Annapolis, MD Tel:  410-990-9868 Web: Tifnotes:  Out of a salad, a soup, and four rolls tried, we found that while three were quite repeatable, the other three were as easily forgettable.  If you have a need for sushi here, order the salads and heartier sushi rolls.  The simple rolls and […]

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