Annapolis, MD Annapolis Landscape TV by Charles Kraus

Apr 07 2009

National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. – Pt 2

The second installment of filming of the 2009 National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. featuring some entertainment provided by the festival organizers.

Apr 04 2009

National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C.

On what was the best day of weather for the 2009 National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., Annapolis Landscape TV filmed some extraordinary sites and sounds, as people from all over came to bask in the splendor of the pink blossoms. Along the way we took a few shots of some of Washington’s famous monuments. Stay tuned for episode 2 of this outing!

Mar 29 2009

Navy – Marine Corps Stadium, Annapolis, MD

Navy-Marine Corps Stadium, Annapolis, MDALTV visits the home of Navy Football in Annapolis, MD, the Navy – Marine Corp Stadium. Opened in 1959, it is located off Rowe Blvd on the approach to Annapolis.

Mar 26 2009

St Michaels, MD – A Quaint Village

St Michaels MDEscape to historic St. Michaels, MD, the Heart & Soul of the Chesapeake Bay. Saint Michaels, Maryland is a quaint waterfront village on the Eastern Shore, situated on a picturesque peninsula between Tilghman Island, Easton and Oxford, and only a leisurely drive from Washington DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Richmond and New York.

Arrive by boat and you’ll travel up the beautiful Miles River.  Boat the area waterways, try enchanting Inns, stay at a charming Bed & Breakfast, dine at gourmet restaurants and shop at unique specialty shops, or take a leisurely stroll to explore this quaint historic hamlet. Spend the weekend relaxing on a skipjack, eating freshly-caught crabs and oysters or visiting the famous Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Rejuvenate with a midweek getaway, enjoying golf, sailing or reading a good book on the porch. There is lots to see and do in St. Michaels!

Mar 20 2009

A Drive Across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge near Annapolis, MD

Chesapeake Bay Bridge Annapolis MDThe Chesapeake Bay Bridge is a major dual-span bridge in the U.S. State of Maryland, spanning the Chesapeake Bay and connecting the urban western shore with the rural eastern shore. The bridge is part of U.S. Routes 50 and 301 and serves as a vital link for travelers heading to Maryland and Delaware’s ocean resorts, as well as an alternate route to Interstate 95. Because of this heavy usage, it has become known for it’s traffic congestion and stoppages, especially during the summer months. We travel the original span in our video, which when built in 1952 was the world’s longest continuous over-water steel structure. It is 4.3 miles long and at it’s highest point, is 186 feet over the shipping channels used by ocean-going ships headed to and from Port of Baltimore from all over the world. In 1973 an addition span was built which added 3 more traffic lanes. For some, the bridge is a white knuckle ride, while for others the State of Maryland contracts with private companies to provide drivers at a cost of $25-$35, to transport those who are faint of heart and too nervous to attempt the crossing. So, join us from the comfort of your home and experience a drive across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

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