Montrose House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 20494 Market Street, Onancock, Virginia, 23417, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 20494 Market Street, Onancock.
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    Travel Blogs from Onancock

    Pony Swim 2015

    A travel blog entry by nataliecsmith on Jul 28, 2015

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    JNSM tent camping two nights at Tom's Cove Campground. Nice place and great location. Enjoyed the dock, bike riding, going into town, the carnival, and the ponies. A lot of bug bites. Beautiful weather. The Famous and Chincoteague Diner were recommended places to ...

    Crisfield in Somers Cove MD

    A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Jul 24, 2015

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    ... GPS and it really helps us to have two views of our route in unknown territories. Tangiers is an Island with few changes over the last 50 years. A three hour visit is all that was needed. Teresa gave us the $5 tour on her golf cart and we had lunch at Loraine's (one of three places on the island). Our pictures include work boats and crab shacks that prepare crabs for selling. The island is losing vast amounts of land due to the rising water ...

    The trek home....

    A travel blog entry by rgc4857 on May 25, 2015

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    Today we packed up, said our good-byes to camping neighbors and headed for Maryland. We headed north on I-85 with Kitty and Bobby. We parted ways when we turned east on route 58. Kitty and Bobby continued north on I-85 until they merged on I-95 north and then home to ...

    Fishermens' Resort Town

    A travel blog entry by bellapop on Apr 07, 2015

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    Wachapreague is a small fishing village that looks out over the Wachapreague Channel, which winds through marshes and wetlands out to the Atlantic between Parramore and Cedar Islands. The Machipongo Indians, whose artifacts have been found in the soil, lived here in 1656 when English settlers arrived. The steamboat Tuckahoe travelled here from New York City beginning in 1884. The hotel built in 1902 was a popular destination for visitors from the north who would come down ...

    Last days in Onancock

    A travel blog entry by rvrladypat on May 18, 2009

    ... because the families that lived there and owned that land have died out and the corporate farms that bught the land have no interest in being landlords. It's a shame because homelessness and over-crowding in small, sub-standard housing is a problem in this area. My last two days with Bobbi in Onancock, VA, were spent not in sightseeing, but just lazing around, going to an estate sale of a neighbor, walking Scooter and Sasha, trying to dodge raindrops, returning to the ...