We left for Maryland (very) early on a Sunday for a couple of nights. On a short detour to Washington, DC, we visited Annapolis on the water. After strolling through the grounds of the Navy Academy, we went to the Maryland State House.
The domed capitol building had beautiful grounds and a roundabout of brick. Inside, there were two sets of chambers: a modern house and senate and the original room. One of the rooms is also the place where George Washington “abdicated” / “resigned” his role as commander in chief.
The building was unique, and had a great exhibit around that event. Another fun fact: Annapolis was the capitol of the US for one year, temporarily.