Maryland is rich in varied landscape, from mountains and rolling farmlands to its winding Atlantic coastline. The state was a centre of military activity during the Civil War and a number of trails exist to follow in the footsteps of those campaigns.
The port city of Annapolis was once the capital of the U.S. and is home to many colonial buildings and the Unites States Naval Academy. From there it's a short hop to Chesapeake Bay, waterway with the longest inland shoreline in the states, perfect for sailors, fishermen and seafood lovers, who can indulge in the local specialty - soft-shell blue crab.
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The capital and political centre of the USA, Washington DC, has risen from what was nothing more than swampland to become one of the most impressive monuments to western democracy.
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Top places to stay in Maryland
A warm Irish welcome awaits you at the O'Callaghan, which sits in a very central location near the US Naval Academy in downtown Annapolis. Rooms are spacious with furniture imported from Europe and the onsite pub and restaurant serve Irish fare as well as local Maryland specialties.
Where to go in Maryland
Baltimore is a pleasant port city filled with restaurants, antiques, arts and monuments. The Inner Harbor is Baltimore's redeveloped seafront with its harbourside shops and restaurants.
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