Days Inn Elkton

311 Belle Hill Road, Elkton, Maryland, 21921, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 311 Belle Hill Road, Elkton, is near Lums Pond State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Elkton

The Addams Family in PA

A travel blog entry by jeffreynh on Oct 08, 2014

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  • Making my way back to Portsmouth, decided to take in "The Addams Family" musical.
  • I'm playing for this show starting next week in Rochester, NH - have never seen the show, so wanted to check it out. It was playing at a broadway-style theatre in Media, PA... great show!!!! Looking forward to our own run now.
  • Headed to Danbury, watching the full moon rise at dusk, knocking out a good chunk of the miles to NH. ...

Valley Forge to Maryland

A travel blog entry by jlarkin on Aug 26, 2013

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Late last night as I was leaving downtown Philly to head to Mike & Jeannie's house, I stopped at a Trader Joes to get some food for my massive dinner. While I was locking Betsy up, a guy started chatting with me about my trip and biking in general. He is originally from South Africa and he told me that Afrikaans is like an old school version of Dutch, so when people come to South Africa from the Netherlands, it sounds to them like ...

Final Week in Rodos

A travel blog entry by taydubois on Jun 23, 2013

... music which was incredible. We danced the night away there and different people left at different times. Zack, Chris, Ian, Miranda, and I stayed until about 4. On the way back, we stopped in a few other places that had music and danced some more. The five of us were heading back when we ran into Gina, Mary, Kostas, and Norbie. Mary was leaving in about an hour so we all said our good byes and started upstairs. Since it was my last night, I wanted to see the sunrise one last time. ...

Delta Or Not Delta?

A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Jul 28, 2012

2 comments, 3 photos

... arm rests and thrust themselves up and out of the seat. Some were sandwiched in because of their largess and diminutive seat size. Down the isle we lumbered dragging our alloted one piece carry-on luggage and out the side of the plane and down ten steps only to walk five steps forward and climb ten steps up and into the airport. Monica entered the newly formed ques in order to ask one attendant (servicing an entire plane load) on how best ...

Black Powder Beginnings

A travel blog entry by mefox13 on Apr 03, 2010

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... the mill run (a canal built behind the mills that keeps water directed away from the river at an even elevation, allowing it to power the water wheels or turbines as it rushes back down to the descending river). He turned a large iron wheel that opened up a valve to allow the water from the mill run to start powering up the water turbine. Each turbine was located between two mill buildings, powering them both simultaneously. Once the turbine ...