- Between Toronto and Niagara Falls, 60k, SW, ON, Canada
- Mar 28, 2020 - Apr 4, 2020
Plants & Gardens,
Civil Service Professionals,
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retired comp specialist/dir telecommunications (Retired)
Non-simultaneous Home Exchange
Simultaneous Home Exchange
Weekend Home Exchange
Hospitality Exchange Offered
Hospitality Exchange Wanted
Smoking Not Allowed
Use of Personal Car is possible
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Description of the home we are offering for exchange
Our home is a Victorian, circa 1890, in the Historic District of Annapolis, Maryland and in the city center. It is modern without losing the charm of it's period of construction. We have a large garden, brick patio, and are steps from the water.
Annapolis is 25 miles from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland and is easily accessible to both. It is also convenient to other major U.S. cities such as Philadelphia and New York City. They can be reached via public transportation or car on major highways.
For those interested in the American Civil War, some of the major battlefields of that conflict are close to Annapolis and easy to visit; Gettysburg, Antietam, and those in Virginia.
Many outdoor activities can be enjoyed from our home; local parks, sailing on the Chesapeake Bay, Atlantic beaches and hiking.
We are both retired IT professionals; Jim in Telecommunications, Beth in Computers/Telecommunications. We are experienced travelers and home exchangers.
House - 2 or more floors/ Main Residence
Description of our neighbourhood and surrounding area
Annapolis is a small, walkable city full of history and charm. It is the capital of Maryland and was the original capital of the U.S. after the American Revolution. In fact, Maryland's current State House is the original State House from the time it was a colony under British rule. Annapolis is on the Chesapeake Bay and has strong ties to the water and sailing traditions.
Our home exchange - places to go and things to do while staying in our home
From our home it is a short walk to City Center and the busy City Dock and harbor. We are also close to other business streets where you will find restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, galleries...... All the amenities that a small city has to offer. We are close to some of the historic attractions of Annapolis; the State House, St. Anne's Church, and colonial homes as well as businesses offering sport activities; sailing, windsurfing, kayaking.... And we can't forget the US Naval Academy which offers a wonderful museum with a world renowned model ship exhibit.
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Our home exchange - here are our Preferences and House Rules
Please check our exchange preferences below
Use of Personal Car
Home Exchange Type
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