Killarney B Inn B

Address: 102 Killarney Rd., Cambridge, Maryland, 21613, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 102 Killarney Rd., Cambridge, is near Visitor Center at Sailwinds Park East, Spocott Windmill, Bay Country Shop, and Neild Museum and Herb Garden.
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    Clean team!

    A travel blog entry by kirsten12344 on May 07, 2015

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    ... nice and her family were super nice! This new week sees the start of the big clean for camp. Today we tackled clary hall. Clearing out the whole cupboard and washing all costumes etc...There is so much pollen lying around it is crazy! Everything is tinged yellow! So tomorrow we tackle arts and crafts hall! Wish us happy cleaning! I'm of on a three day hike on Wednesday-Friday, so watch this space! 22.3 miles across the Appalachian trail! Super excited! Peace out from CW (Camp ...

    Springtime in Tunis Mills

    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on May 05, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... peaks-or close to it.

    We are traveling with Lindblad/National Geographic on the National Geographic Explorer and among other things, we are looking forward to seeing spectacular scenery and awesome wildlife, hopefully lots of polar bears. Although we have been to the Arctic twice before, once almost thirty years ago when we visited Nome and Kotzebue on a trip to Alaska ...

    The Underground Railroad, Condensed Version

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Oct 11, 2011

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    ... br>

    As it turns out we had just met Susan Meredith, co-owner of the store; her husband is several generations from the original owner. Wow! Susan let us in and gave us lots of history, more than we could have imagined.


    I’d love to go back and do some major photos shoots; I missed a major opportunity to shoot Susan in her environment and could kick myself. I’d also love to just spend a bunch of time taping her ...

    Going back to the Motherland

    A travel blog entry by mkelso on Mar 24, 2011

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    ... for many. As for me, it is the draw of the people, the friendliness and open, honest dialogue I experience that keeps me coming back to Africa. I longer feel like a minority. I get to live in the moment without constantly being reminded of my race. I wonder how different this adventure will be, what challenges I will face, and how much of me will remain when I ...

    BAD WEATHER--BAD MOORING BALL

    A travel blog entry by mainship on Jun 10, 2009

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... MOORING BUT THE WINDS TOO STRONG SO FORTUNATELY THE FUEL DOCK WAS OPEN SO WE DOCKED(OUR WORST DOCKING EVER)THERE.AFTER ALL SAID AND DONE THERE WAS A LONG APOLOGY SESSION IT WAS A VERY TENSE MOMENT.BUT WE WORKED WELL TOGETHER TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM AND STILL LOVE EACH OTHER VERY MUCH.SO OUR SECOND DAY WAS SPENT DOCKED SO A GREAT MORNING DINGHY RIDE ,ANOTHER WALK TO TOWN AND ANOTHER GREAT BOTTLE OF WINE.TOMORROW WE WILL ANCHOR IN THE RHODE RIVER BY FLAT ...