Days Inn Cambridge

Address: 2917 Ocean Gateway, Cambridge, Maryland, 21613, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2917 Ocean Gateway, Cambridge, is near Visitor Center at Sailwinds Park East, Spocott Windmill, Bay Country Shop, and Neild Museum and Herb Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Cambridge

    Springtime visit with Dick & Judy!

    A travel blog entry by lkayeurope10 on Apr 26, 2015

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    ... an infinity pool. I can't wait to see the finished product! We had a delicious dinner that evening and I got to learn a bit more about Uncle Dick's grant work with NASA.

    I walked down to the dock in the morning to get some spring pictures. It was much warmer than when I visited in February during a blizzard!

    On the way out of town, I had lunch with Ken-Ichi in DC...right by the Odyssey!

    Feeling Crabby

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Aug 07, 2012

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    I have known Don Grohs and his wife Irene (aka Dutch) for ten years or so. Don and I both volunteered as marshals for the PGA and IPGA tournaments in Hawaii. Last year at the Sony Open, Don invited us to visit them in Maryland and go crabbing. Don’s daughter Ellen and her husband have commercial crabbing permits off of the Calvert Beach area.

    We arrived around 5 p.m. and Don had arranged a free campsite for us at Mataoka Summer ...

    The Underground Railroad, Condensed Version

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Oct 11, 2011

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    ... was here that Ms. Tubman’s niece and 2 children were to be sold; Ms. Tubman helped with this rescue in which the niece’s husband, a free black, bought his wife and 2 children. But before he paid anything he left with them, sailing up the Chesapeake Bay to freedom. I love this story!!!!

    Across the street from the courthouse you will find a very old, wonderful church with graves from the 1700’s. Some graves are above ground ...


    A travel blog entry by mainship on Jul 21, 2009

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    ... Railroad National Historic Park and the Capt. John Smith Historic Trail.We decide to dock at the Municiple Marina and take advantage of the waterfront park and scenic drive and historical district.We had so much to see and do we stayed three days.We moved on to LaTrappe Creek anchorage dropped the hook and took a dinghy ride up the creek enjoying all the nature and then I spotted a BUCK with a RACK on the creek bank he was so BIG!!!!and awesome.We returned ...

    Go West Ole' Man

    A travel blog entry by salsabus on Jul 11, 2009

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    After being retired for two years, Chalk has retired also. For 45 years we have boated on the Chesapeake Bay and the surrounding area, and now we are heading west in our motorhome to see our beautiful country. Our venture should last about three months.

    I have included so shots from Chalk's retirement party from a career of almost 48 years. His retirement gift - 75 30-packs of Busch Light, his favoite beer!