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

Third day in Washington

A travel blog entry by km66182 on Jul 05, 2015

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... passenger planes and other cool planes. But the star of the show was the Discovery, which is a space shuttle that went into space, used to launch satellites and mainly to transport people and equipment to the international space station. It was amazing how big it was, and seeing an actual shuttle that has successfully gone to space is unbelievable! There were also massive rockets at the back of the shuttles. If one of the rockets was tipped over on its other side you could ...

Stop the plane I want to get off...

A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 05, 2015

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... for over a week. When we finally surfaced this morning, we ventured out to find food and get our bearings. We quickly discovered the travel agent (me) had booked a hotel in a very central location close to the White House and many museums. Just as well as we don't have the energy to walk far. They say the best way to eat is with the locals, so we bought lunch from a street food vendor and sat on the steps of the ...

A visit to the big house...

A travel blog entry by jolawrence1 on Apr 09, 2015

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... them. Fortunately they are all contained in a walkable square mile or two, so in the space of just a few hours we were able to tick off 'The Washington Monument, The Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam and World War Two Memorial, The Reflecting Pools, The Jefferson Memorial' and numerous other statues and buildings, whose names I simply can't remember. So much history it was a little overwhelming, and not least because my main grasp of American History is taken from Hollywood (Forrest ...

Museum, Museum, & more Museum

A travel blog entry by annawhitehead on Mar 24, 2015


Our day started with breakfast with Mr Sheldon in the Hilton Double Tree.
We took the Metro rail-line from Sliver Spring to Arlington National Cemetery. There we saw a rare site which was a twenty-one gun suite for the vice-president and the president of Afghanistan. We got a glimpse of the full honor color guard. We then saw the changing of the guard and watched the 21 step march at the tomb of the unknown solider. We then made our way to ...

Goodbye Thailand!

A travel blog entry by faitheisenberg on Jan 27, 2015

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... I should get used to sleeping a lot, since I have heard the jet-lag battle is worse going the other way. We made good time, and arrived a little early for my four hour layover.

Feeling very American and slightly sheepish, I went to McDonalds for some French fries and offered up my dollar bills instead of local tender. In the USA, I basically never go to McDonalds, but I just wanted some french fries to tie me over ...