Holiday Inn Express Easton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Easton
Travel Blogs from Easton
... Lake region, three more in Milan, another three in Genoa, Pietrasanta and the Cinque Terre and then five days in Nice for the annual meeting of the Quimper Club—the reason for our visit to this particular part of the world at this time. We are looking forward to gorgeous scenery, great art, high fashion, fabulous food--from risotto to ratatouille and catching up with our collector ...
Major Transitions are always difficult... but this one takes the Cake!
We spent the last 6 months:
- Selling, giving away or disposing of almost everything we own
- Winding up two small businesses
- Converting an empty van we purchased in November 2011 into an R.V.
- Packing and stowing the few things we decided to keep in the Boat or the Van.
Annapolis and Chesapeake Bay are only 20 minutes from the KOA so decided to go try some Chesapeake Bay blue crab for lunch and tour around the city. Annapolis was once the capital and has the old Capital Building that was used for a total of nine months before everything was moved to Washington. I doubt if the plaster was even dry before everyone moved out.
The city was ...
... of Coors beer. We finally asked some naval cadets who these guys were and why were they dressed like that... They told us that they were students from St. Joseph’s College and were hosting a croquet tournament. They said it with “tongue in cheek” and their facial expressions conveyed the belief that the St. Joseph’s students and their croquet as a sport was a little laughable to say the least. We took some ...
... I haven't checked out Legos for years--and boy have they gotten impressive! The store was a lot of fun--little scenes were made with Legos and put on display behind plastic viewing windows. A few little stations were set up for the sole purpose of playing with Legos. Boxes and boxes of Lego sets lined the shelves--everything from a Tolkien-esque troll encampment to a three-foot tall model of the Eiffel Tower! A friendly, helpful store ...