White Swan Tavern

Address: 231 High St, Chestertown, Maryland, 21620, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 231 High St, Chestertown, is near Chester River Craft and Art School.
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    Travel Blogs from Chestertown

    Annapolis Marina, first days onboard

    A travel blog entry by nikolsons on Apr 29, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Everything is different here in the shops, so shopping was not easy, as we had to go through lots of **** to find what we need.. When we got back to the boat it was dark already.. We had a couple of beers, then opened up a bottle of nice run and had a great night drinking and talking.. Slept like a baby on the first night onboard. It was great and warm and cosy, as we had an electric heater inside that Bernie lent ...

    The Invisible Refugee Crisis in Ukraine

    A travel blog entry by sethlung22 on Jun 02, 2014

    ... Russian, but considers herself a pro-Ukraine activist. When the National Guard entered the rioting city on May 10, Eugenia and other locals provided them with provisions and helped with logistics. The soldiers needed all the help they could get. "I was shocked by how disorganized and unprepared Ukrainian army was," Eugenia told me. "I even had to bring maps of the city for them. At the some point they were chaotically riding their ...

    Threat Level Red. Not my favorite shade.

    A travel blog entry by janeyjay on Aug 08, 2013

    2 comments

    ... that's not lifted yet. But that may also be because as of this moment, all I've had to eat today has been a couple of slices of cold pizza and a quarter of a Stuckey's Pecan Log. (DO NOT JUDGE ME. If there was ever an event built for emotional eating, this is it.) Not gonna lie and not to be overly dramatic, but I've experienced some scary **** as a parent during Will's lifetime. This afternoon vaulted into the top tier of scary ****. It may take me a bit to shake ...

    Orioles, Crab Cakes and the Subway

    A travel blog entry by brightfamily on Jun 15, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... miles and catch the Metro aka the subway. I did some research online and found out we could get off the subway at the Lexington Market, which was five blocks from the field. Lexington Market is a great place to get just about anything you want to eat. Burgers, dogs, sushi, fried chicken, Greek,, Chinese, and for me the choice was seafood. In particular crab cakes. We found the Faidleys famous in Baltimore for crab cakes and and I got my fix (and ...

    Chapter One: The Flood

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 11, 2013

    8 photos

    ... in almost every culture and in many religions. The flood is always used to represent both destruction and cleansing. The Uridu Genesis is the earliest known Sumerian creation story, and it details the perils of a great flood that wipes out humankind. In this Babylonian-era text, the water god Enki warns Atra-hasis (Zi-ud-sura in some accounts) of the impending floodwaters, instructing him to fashion an ark that can be used to save himself ...