Days Inn Easton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... plane, life improves. We are flying on a 777, Business Class or in British Airways' speak, Club World, where the seats are arranged in a herringbone pattern of front and back facing seats that roughly alternate. On either side the two seats run head to foot; in the middle four seats, the center two face in the same direction while the seats on either aisle face the other way. There is a plexiglass plate that can be pulled up between the two sets should one choose to ...
... day without my jacket on, wearing just a base layer and a buff soaked in cold water round my neck but even at that I was still getting very hot.
As a result we only did 260miles today and are now at Easton, Maryland from where we will ride the 60 miles to Baltimore in the morning to drop the bikes off for shipping.
... causeways and approaches. The mile-long tunnels go under 45 ft of water. The original 2 lane structure was built in 1964 but was widened to 4 lanes in 1999 (the tunnels are still 2 lane). There are so many support piles drilled into the bottom of the Bay that if they were lined up end-to-end, they’d be a 100 miles long.
Then, the 60 mile journey through the Eastern Shore goes through picturesque villages, quaint ...
... br> (CNN --December 19, 2009 11:02 p.m. EST) -- A major snowstorm slammed the East Coast and snarled the busy holiday travel season Saturday. Record snowfall totals were reported, which dumped more than 20 inches of snow in parts of the state by Saturday evening. The storm stretched from Tennessee and North Carolina to the southern New England states, blanketing the mid-Atlantic region and the heavily populated I-95 corridor. ...
... has miles of hiking trails and lots of eagles nests.The harbormaster comes to your boat each day and collects your mooring fee of $30 and will give you a lift into town if you need one.There is so much to see and do here restaurants,pubs,Pennsylvania Amish Farmers on every cobblestone street selling their farm goods and hand made Quilts,jams,jellies.Our last stop is Weems Creek where the Navy has moorings for the fleet during a hurricane otherwise the moorings are free first ...