Fairfield Inn Lexington Park

Address: 22119 Three Notch Rd, Lexington Park, Maryland, 20653, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 22119 Three Notch Rd, Lexington Park, is near Calvert Marine Museum and Drum Point Lighthouse and Bunky's Charter Boats, Inc.
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    Travel Blogs from Lexington Park

    Northern Neck - Birthplace of Presidents

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 20, 2014

    33 photos

    ... selfless in his commitment to the country through his life.

    Stratford Hall is the ancestral home of Lee Family, best known as birthplace of Confederate general and Commander Robert E. Lee, but four generations of the Lee family lived there from its construction around 1740 onwards. I honestly didn’t recall from history classes the prominence of Lee family in Revolutionary cause and the development of the American Constitution, how several were among ...

    Write first entry on 4 hours of sleep...check.

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jun 07, 2013

    1 photo

    ... me now is the mistakes. The screw ups, brain *****, awkward encounters, botched plans, embarrassing moments, those are the stories I remember and love the most. St. Mary’s was full of them; and that’s the point – it was ok. We did so many ridiculous, silly, stupid things during our four years, and those are the stories that we laugh about together now. At some point in our lives, mistakes become something to fear. Well, I guess ...

    Summer Maintenance and Re-launch of Pas de Deux

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 08, 2012

    22 photos

    ... designed for this. This method affords more blocking options for setting the boat on the ground (slings under the hulls are not in the way) and prevents reverse stresses in the boat structure caused by lifting with slings under the hulls. But this would be a first for both us and Dennis Point.

    Being able to haul Pas de Deux at Dennis Point was a very good discovery as the only viable alternative in the Chesapeake Bay region ...

    And Good Times Were Had by All

    A travel blog entry by ssfahring on Aug 21, 2010

    13 photos

    ... to a Pho (Vietnamese noodles) restaurant which had noodles fairly similar to noodles that we had in China. YUMMY! All of us gulped them down. This was followed by a little pub that the three of us had been to before where we grabbed Guiness and Cider. A Baltimore and Washington game was being played, so it was kind of busy. Our final stop for the night was a bar with every beer you can think of and more on its menu. The sweet ...

    Installing the New Rudders

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 21, 2009

    7 photos

    ... with a loop over the top of the blade in a notch behind the stock. The goal was to get the rudder/stock to sink vertically, stock pointed up, by overcoming the buoyancy of the blades so it could be pulled into the hull with the messenger line. We tied the bucket such that it could be remotely released from the rudder by pulling on a "trip line" - sheet bend with a loop like tying your shoe - only with a very long tail. Because the boat was docked starboard side ...