Holiday Inn Solomons Conference Center and Marina
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Travel Blogs from Solomons
... the Great Wicomico River back to Calvert Marina on Solomons Island was uneventful. We stopped for fuel at Solomons Yachting Center for the bargain basement price of $2.25 per gallon! Steve was a little worried about getting as low on fuel as we were but he was determined to return to the Solomons for that great price. A workboat came in after us, so I suspect the price is low to service them as well as the recreational boaters. ...
... a pier available should you arrive by boat. Our suite was furnished with an antique armoire, writing desk and Victorian styled couch and chair. There was a fireplace too, which would have been nice had it been cold enough to use. Needless to say, I immediately fell in love with the place and Roy really liked it too.
Each morning we had coffee and breakfast out back while we watched the squirrels, listened to the birds and watched the boats sail in and out ...
... our boat to the Johnson's Dock (thank you Dick and Marjorie!) using several extra lines and improvised anti-chafe gear (spare hose). We tied ourselves up laterally across 4 slips, about 10 feet from the dock. We needed to use our dingy to get to shore while the weather was still good; late Saturday we deflated it and tied it to the deck. We spent the entire day on Saturday removing anything on deck or in ...
... speed with a final destination of Philadelphia, PA and kept us company for nearly the whole day. At one point where the channels narrowed our radar kept identifying him as a dangerous target. We were also pleased with the way the radar picked up the Racon radar responding beacons.
At the Smith Point light and horn we could see the south end of Tangier Island. Later we heard “Sassy” trying to raise the marina on the ...
... CONTAIN THE OLDEST PREHISTORIC FOSSILS IN THE WORLD.SHARKS TEETH,WHALE,DOLPHIN ETC. MOST OF THE AREA IS "OFF LIMITS"BUT THEY DO HAVE A SECTION TO THE PUBLIC SO YOU CAN EXCAVATE AND FIND YOUR OWN FOSSIL.THE CALVERT MUSEUM DISPLAYS THE ARTIFACTS AND FOSSILS IT IS AMAZING WHAT USE TO ROAM THE EARTH.THIS IS ALSO WHERE "THE BLUE ANGELS" PRACTICE FOR THEIR AIR SHOWS SO IF YOU ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE HERE THEN YOU GET A REALLY GOOD SHOW. WE USUALLY ANCHOR BUT WE HAVE MAINTENANCE TO ...