William Penn Guest House

Address: 515 East Capitol St SE, Manor, Delaware, 19720, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Manor

Safe and quiet in Chesapeake City

A travel blog entry by lorisusanbeck on Oct 09, 2015

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... first, I'll move but I really don't see where I can go...." Marty and I looked around and saw about three other more intelligent spots he could have picked right at the start. He even could have pulled up anchor and backed up and reset and that would have been fine, he had a lot of room there... almost enough for another boat to be behind him. We started to pull up and leave since we had more room in the corner and we were just going to push ourselves in further. He started ...

Bad choice of anchorage

A travel blog entry by lorisusanbeck on Oct 08, 2015

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... the traps like a pro. Smokey was not interested and thankfully chose to sleep through the ordeal. There are very good things about him being deaf- he can just go to sleep in his little quiet world and be peaceful while I scream "left....now right- HARD!" at Marty over his head. We finally finished with the traps and made it to the channel. We were able to see the last bit of sunrise as an orange ball before it took on its yellow colour for the day. No big boats in site ...

C&D canal

A travel blog entry by waitnsea on Jul 24, 2015

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Today we cruised up Delaware Bay and through the C&D canal. The bay is about 51 miles to the entrance and the canal itself is approximately 14 miles long. The C&D canal connects the Delaware River to the Chesapeake Bay.
Millions of tons of cargo are transported by container and barge annually. Every guide book warns of ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by joycegoh on Dec 20, 2014

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Morning walk at the High Line. Park walkway converted from a disused railway track.

Drove south. Stopped for lunch at Mt Laurel.

Then south again to Chesapeake City but couldn't find a room there.

Found an inn at Georgetown called the Kitty Knight Inn. It is supposedly haunted by a good ghost called Knitty Knight. She saved the house and a neighbours house from being burnt down by the British raiders.

Day 14 - Off to see DC

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Jun 22, 2014

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We are going to venture to DC today, take the hop on hop off tour. It's only a 20 minute drive from Annapolis so we figured let's not miss this opportunity.

Not sure if I mentioned the line of huge yachts right in front of us, I'll try and get a picture later. one must be owned by a golfer the name is "Winning Drive" :-)

Oh my what a day, filled with history and beauty. We left around 9am grabbed a cab ...