Best Western North East Inn

Address: 39 Elwoods Road, North East, Maryland, 21901-1805, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 39 Elwoods Road, North East.
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      Heat Wave!

      A travel blog entry by hayesonthehill on Jul 16, 2013

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      Bernie and I went out early to grab breakfast because it was too darn hot to cook outside and we weren't up for cooking inside. We took our time checking out the park and different spots closer to the water. If we wanted to stay there, we'd have to rough it a bit. No electricity, so we'll need a generator. :) We saw a few deer out on the roads and I actually got up pretty close to one. ...

      Winterthur & the Delaware Art Museum

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 10, 2012

      44 photos

      ... as a museum for a massive collection of American decorative arts.

      There are several different house tours that can be taken at Winterthur and also a museum and extensive gardens on the grounds. I took my parents to Winterthur once around 2000 or so, within a few years of their move to New Jersey, and my mother and I took one of the house tours which display the magnificent period furniture and decorations in the house. ...

      Nemours - One of the DuPonts' Fantastic Estates

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 09, 2012

      50 photos

      ... hog-wild taking pictures of the exterior and the gardens.

      You meet your bus at an appointed time at the other side of the “Long Walk” for the trip to the garage, something that gets called “The Carriage House” when it houses antique Rolls-Royces and Aston-Martins. After a short tour there it’s back to the visitors center.

      The DuPonts really knew how to live it up on the fortune ...

      Blue Rocks Don't Rock All That Much

      A travel blog entry by cphenly on Aug 21, 2011

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      Irksome: arrived at ballpark in Wilmington, DE, nearly an hour before game time, only to discover that the game started an hour early as it had been re-scheduled as a double-header (two seven-inning games). This is the third time this year Tim and/or I have run into this problem. Means we missed the first inning and then got only six innings for our ticket, as we were a MINIMUM of four hours from home, and couldn't ...

      Taking a Day off!

      A travel blog entry by benmcelroy on Aug 28, 2010

      1 comment

      So some how we had slightly miscalculated when we needed to be in Washington DC (Abi can't count - Ben) and found our selves with an extra day. Everyone was pretty exhausted from running round New York trying to fit everything in like crazy people. We pulled off just inside Maryland and found a camp site just 30 miles from Washington DC so that we ...