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Annapolis named one of the Top Ten Best All-American Vacations for 2015

7/3/2015, 1 p.m.
Families making plans for Fourth of July weekend are invited to set their sights on Annapolis, Maryland.
Annapolis sun rise over City Dock (Photo: Robert Peterson)

— Families making plans for Fourth of July weekend are invited to set their sights on Annapolis, Maryland. TravelChannel.com has just ranked Maryland’s capital city among the top ten best All-American Vacations for 2015. The “Travels Best: All-American Vacations” calls Annapolis the “epitome of classic Americana,” and invites visitors to check out the City’s historic homes, maritime heritage, U.S. Naval Academy and Maryland crabs.

Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau (AAACCVB) President and CEO Connie Del Signore says, TravelChannel.com is right on target with its assessment, “It’s hard to be more All-American than Annapolis. It was the nation’s first peacetime capital— known better today as ‘America’s Sailing Capital.’ We invite visitors to come and explore our history, our architecture and our Chesapeake Bay. Our guess is they’ll want to stay.”

TravelChannel.com enlisted a panel of experts to help determine the ten best all-American vacations for 2015, including Robin Bennefield (freelance travel writer and producer), Jessica Bowers (family travel expert, SuitcasesandSippyCups.com), Guillaume Dutilh and Jenna Spesard (TinyHouseGiantJourney.com) and Jessica van Dop DeJesus (U.S. Marine and editor of DiningTraveler.com).