Ship Watch Inn
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... GPS journey offered. If this place is not in the book “RoadFood”, it should be. Picture perfect burgers, cheese fries and thick creamy milkshakes provide the perfect midday meal.
The next day, we visit the “kids” in Philadelphia at their row house in the Fishtown neighborhood. We walk the streets, have a fantastic brunch and check out the front entrance of the row home that they just purchased and will finalize ...
... significant sights
for the passing tourist. Longwood Gardens is one of America’s premier
horticultural centers with a huge area planted in formal gardens, a massive
conservatory, and extraordinary water fountains that put on a show a couple
times a day. The area was purchased by Pierre DuPont, part of the first family
of Delaware whose wealth started with a gunpowder business and in colonial
times and developed into the modern chemical empire, ...
... living space, a kitchen, and a dining room. There a many fancy sofas and chair in the living space that I really liked. When you walked to the kitchen, there are 2 little doors a tiny little bit past it where you could go outside to the front of the boat. My favorite part of the boat was the lowest floor, and I liked it because it was nice and cozy. There were 2 ...
... May Canal to the Delaware Bay, turned to the north and started sailing. It was a nice long sail up the Bay, cloudy skies but not too cold. As we were heading to the C&D Canal, we knew we wouldn't have much trouble for our first time sailing after dark. Kevin had told us that we would see a big nuclear cooling tower when we neared the top of the Bay, and that would be our heads up that the C&D was coming up. We saw it on the horizon for several hours before ...
... up and things are pretty good.
The next day we leave early with the expectation of getting back to the foot of the river. Its nearly 100 miles to get back down the Potomac to the main part of Chesapeake bay, so we have about 75 miles to go today. The Potomac is a beautiful river for the most part. We have been on this river a number of times and have seen it totally placid (as today) and also as a raging torrent with winds over 50 kts. ...