Blue Heron Inn - a Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Solomons
Note: the embedded pictures are videos... click them to see the motion picture!
We left Tracy's Landing, MD where our boat was in land storage on Friday, Oct 26 - just ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. We had a delightful day-trip south to Solomon's Island with our friends Roy and Dianne, with whom we stayed for the last 5 weeks while we prepared Wabi Sabi for the trip south.
... seen all trip - a bunny, several deer, and cardinals and robins.
It was a beautiful morning - lots of sun and very light northwest winds - perfect conditions for heading north. We left the mouth of the Rappanhannock River leaving the Windmill Point light well to port. Right away we became aware of a tug and large barge also heading north using the easterly commercial traffic channel. It turns out he was traveling at nearly exactly ...
WE LEFT ST. MARYS CITY RELUCTANTLY BUT WE HAVE BEEN ON THE HOOK FOR 8 DAYS AND NEED FUEL,RE PROVISIONS AND BOAT MAINTENANCE SO OFF WE GO TO THE SOLOMONS.ANOTHER GREAT STOP ON THE CHESAPEAKE.BACK OUT INTO THE POTOMAC PAST POINT LOOKOUT LIGHTHOUSE AND NORTH PAST PATUXENT NAVAL AIR STATION AND AGAIN RESTRICTED AREAS ONLY THIS TIME THE LIVE MANEUVERS ARE "DROPPING BOMBS"AS WE APPROACH THE MOUTH OF THE PATUXENT RIVER TO ENTER THE SOLOMONS THE "FAMOUS CALVERT CLIFFS" COME INTO ...
... there were a number of events going at the Academy including a performance by the Blue Angeles. With this in mind, we were sold. We set our course for Annapolis and hoped to spend 3-4 days there before our trip to Baltimore. Before our trip to Annapolis, we had to made our regular pilgrimage to Solomon's Maryland for Sue's regular Crab Cake fix. As you might expect, crab cakes are easy ...
... to be admitted to Ole Miss in 1962. The Meredith bronze is posed as if he is striding toward a tall limestone archway, re-enacting his fateful step onto the then-segregated campus -- defying a violent, angry mob and protected by the National Guard. Above the archway, carved into the stone, is the word ''Courage.'' That is what real activism looks like. There is no substitute. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.h tml?res=9A07E2D71E3DF 933A25753C1A9619C8B63 ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
More great choices in Solomons
Search for more deals in Solomons
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations