Annapolis is located right on the water, so those are boats in the harbor you see behind us.
We had a 15-20 minute lesson on how the Segway works, and then we were out on the sidewalks and roads. I like the pictures below because you can see there were lots of pretty fall colors still on the trees.
We went past this small liberal arts college, founded in 1696, making it one of the oldest educational institutions in America.
Yes, the State House again. I put the one above in because it shows the awesome Maryland state flag. We got off our Segways here and had a break while our guide told us about the buildings around us.
Here's a view of the inside.
We really liked riding the Segways and will definitely be on the lookout for Segway tours of other cities. Before the end of the tour our guide let us zip around a park as fast as we wanted to go. It was a blast, so who cares if we looked White and Nerdy?? (Click to see the Weird Al video)