Rosewood Manor

Address: 7825 Locust Place, Port Tobacco, Maryland, 20677, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 7825 Locust Place, Port Tobacco, is near Chapel Point State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Port Tobacco

Trek Day No.42 - Washington DC

A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on Jun 22, 2015

... watched the England's woman's football game on TV. People slowly started showing up but it turns out Lexx is meeting up with a friend and Jo and Mabs wanted to spend more time in the museums so it wasn't exactly a "group" meal, although it was still lovely. We returned to camp at 9pm as people are shattered and some people needed to sort their bags out as we are dropping them directly at the airport tomorrow ...

Day 9 Washington DC

A travel blog entry by dkbuley on May 24, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... by, we arrived at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. I liked the Wright Brothers exhibit, a great navigation history, tons of space stuff. Chuck Yeager's X1. There is a giant propeller on the wall - it's one of 2 fans from a giant full scale wind tunnel for testing aircraft. I photographed the 1961-1963 section of space progress. Why? The early test ...

Washington Day 2 - Cold, Cold, Cold

A travel blog entry by mark.heard on Mar 28, 2015

18 photos

... of natural history & for many was made famous in the movie Night at the Museum.

This was fun but soooo many people. AHM is fascinating as it houses a lot of exhibits that chronicle the recent cultural history of the US. Great displays of the US Presidents & then quirky things that stood out like Judy Garland's "red slippers" from the Wizard of Oz, lots of ...

Last one...

A travel blog entry by victoriasouza on Feb 03, 2015

8 photos

Hello all, As I write my final blog post, I am no longer surrounded by the beauty of our nation's capital. I am back at school and gearing up for my final semester. That is not to say, though, that the beauty of my campus is any less... I will explain more on that in a second. On Sunday I rode with my family to Reagan International Airport and said goodbye to one of the best times of my life. I could not have asked for ...

A day of wandering Washington DC

A travel blog entry by stephenshortt on Dec 28, 2014

29 photos

... of very interesting designs.

The dominant design ethos though, seems to be neo-Roman / Greek - heavy, authoritative, imperialist, purposefulness buildings that remind me of the Roman Empire (not helped by the fact that the US national symbol is the Eagle, the same symbol that Rome carried at the top of it's flag poles ahead of its legions!!)