Rosewood Manor

Address: 7825 Locust Place, Port Tobacco, Maryland, 20677, United States | 4 star b&b
 
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Location

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

Sooooooooo cold.......

A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 14, 2014

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... the monuments is unbelievable. We walk from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument, stopping at the Vietnam Veteran's wall & the WWII memorial - just beautiful. There are tonnes of people running around Washington, particularly cool people in their 20's, & they all sound like West Wing cast members. They're talking 'ways & means', 'appropriations', 'senators'. It's bloody great. There are even a whole lot of games of American touch ...

Driving Through the States

A travel blog entry by reevefamily on Sep 14, 2014

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... Too late we realised that our TomTom was clearly speaking American, not Kiwi as we are used to and it is taking us a really long time to understand each other. Consequently there were a few more early turn offs, lots of circles to get back on the interstate and often more than once round a rotary (American for roundabout). We got to see some of what we wanted, some of what we didn't want and even some things we hadn't expected (but turned out to be ...

DAY 21 - BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON DC

A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 21, 2014

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... fort was actually very interesting, and it was only the heat of the closely-approaching midday sun that made us want to leave. On the way into Washington DC, we stopped at Arlington Cemetery. If there is one thing that America does very well, it's honour their military dead. There were quite a few visitors in the oppressive sun, but even so, the whole complex (which was huge) was quiet. Looking over the rows of geometrically perfect white marble graves was chilling in ...

Exploring D.C.

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jul 20, 2014

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... the reflective pond past the Washington Spike straight to the capital building over a mile away. Walked on to the Vietnam memorial, which in my mind was controversial after seeing how brutal the Muricans were to the Vietnamese. The amount of sacrifice by the Americans in that war was outrageous especially for such a pointless war. Korean War memorial. Then Martin Luther's onto Franklin D Roosevelt's finally the ...

Washington DC - Day 1

A travel blog entry by mainey on Jun 21, 2014

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... a great place with rare World History, Events and Collections, for exampled lock of hair from each President.

Walk back to motel via Potomac River with it's mixture of Restaurants (Seafood, Italian and Burgers), back to room for a drink before tea down stairs at 21st Amendment Bar and Grill (Deb hit the rails before Jayde could finish tea she was soooo tired - so headed up to room nearly sleep walking)
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