As I told you over on Instagram last Friday, we were in Annapolis, MD, giving company to our daughter who had a business meeting there.
This was her first time there and she didn't want to deal with parking. So, Mr. RLC was the chauffeur and I was simply giving him some company while we waited for her. Though, as soon as we arrived,all of my attention turned towards the pretty houses and buildings we saw on our way.
Really! She was telling me, "don't I look gorgeous!" By the seventh shot mr. rlc was like half a mile away, looking for the closest place to sit down and get a coffee or something hot because it was COLD out there.
This house wasn't decorated for Christmas but I couldn't ignore all those pretty details.
The old postmaster building. Love the wreath on the door and the written house number.
We got to Church Circle and it was like wow, beautiful buildings all around...
Starting with this, the Maryland Inn, an 18th-century building turned hotel. - And no, I don't know who he is.
Walking around, we saw to the Reynolds Tavern and headed towards it.
But, I went a little bit further to take a pic of this, the Farmers Bank of MD...
Then, I went back and got inside Reynolds Tavern, an elegant, Georgian-style Inn.
We were seated here, by the window, or maybe that's the spot mr. rlc chose.
This was the mister's view, St. Anne's Parish.
And he also got this shot of the tourists bus.
We were enjoying our time there, when the miss arrived, and hey, way sooner than we thought.
We had to move to another table, more exactly... in front of Mr. Washington.
And from there, away from the window, I got a better view of the entire "parlor". Here you can read about the history of the interior of the Reynold's Tavern.
We had English tea, and my daughter couldn't stop admiring this little tea spoon.
Well, overall, we had a really good time and her meeting was great. She's going to be an intern working for the Maryland General Assembly this legislative session. Talk about a proud mama! :)
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