Written by Jenn Specketer
Guest blogger, Jenn Specketer, writes on topics such as beauty, style, food and travel in her unique blog, Jenn Inspired. Driven to write as a creative outlet and means of expressing her life, Jenn's blog can accurately be described as a "lifestyle diary," offering inspiration and authenticity.
Located on the Severn River, adjacent to the Chesapeake Bay, you will find Annapolis, Maryland, a town that revolves around its rich, maritime traditions and culture. With its colonial architecture, cobblestone streets and world-class water activities, Annapolis (fondly called “America’s Sailing Capital”), is a quaint and charming harbor town full of activities for the young and old alike. Better known as a spring and summer travel destination, one might not think of visiting this town during the winter months. But after stopping through this past weekend, I can attest it’s a town for all seasons by both sea and by land. The tourists are at a minimum, allowing you to experience the town as a local with ample opportunity to strike up a conversation with shop owners and get the scoop on wintertime in Annapolis.