This is The Maryland Inn in Annapolis, Maryland – at night time
The Maryland Inn has played a prominent role in the history of the United States. Eleven delegates of the 1783-84 U.S. Congress stayed at the Inn, as they were in Annapolis to hear George Washington resign as commander in chief of the Continental Army and ratify the Treaty of Paris. And it is rumored that the likes of Benjamin Franklin and John Adams enjoyed their fair share of libations at the Inn’s tavern. While many of the 44 guestrooms date back to the revolutionary era, the wooden porches and the marble lobby floor are Victorian-era enhancements.