Lodgecliffe on the Choptank B&B

Address: 103 Choptank Terrace, Cambridge, Maryland, 21613, United States | Hotel
 
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    Clean team!

    A travel blog entry by kirsten12344 on May 07, 2015

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    Hey y'all (got my country twang on), so I had a super fun weekend and got to spend some time with my friends from last year. Anna picked me up on saturday and we hung out at her house in Annapolis. So nice to just catch up and have some girls chat and I got to meet her boyfriend, he is really sweet. We went to the Amish market and honestly got the best freshly made on site pretzels you have ever tasted. Calvin had let me try one earlier in the week and I swear you wouldn't ...

    Springtime in Tunis Mills

    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on May 05, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... peaks-or close to it.

    We are traveling with Lindblad/National Geographic on the National Geographic Explorer and among other things, we are looking forward to seeing spectacular scenery and awesome wildlife, hopefully lots of polar bears. Although we have been to the Arctic twice before, once almost thirty years ago when we visited Nome and Kotzebue on a trip to Alaska ...

    Feeling Crabby

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Aug 07, 2012

    15 photos

    ... crab for several hours. Ellen and her husband have over sixty cages deployed off of Calvert Beach and they had been “soaking” for three days. Each cage is pulled up utilizing a power winch, banged on the side of the boat to get rid of the stinging sea nettles and then the crabs are dumped out of the cage into a sorting box. Don puts in new bait (fish) and when Ellen gives the word drops the freshly baited cage next to the next ...

    The Underground Railroad, Condensed Version

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Oct 11, 2011

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    ... of hours.


    The waste of driving time, however, turned out to be in our favor. But 1st a very brief statement on the Bucktown Store: this store is where Ms. Tudjman was hit on the head by an overseer when she attempted to stop that overseer from hurting a slave. She was 13 years old.


    We found the store, having read that if you are lucky you will get to go inside the store so I had only hoped to get inside. So ...

    BAD WEATHER--BAD MOORING BALL

    A travel blog entry by mainship on Jun 10, 2009

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... TO THE RIVERS EDGE LIKE THE OLD DAYS AND NO FENCES.GALESVILLE WAS FOUNDED IN 1652 POPULATION MAYBE 700 AND ALL ARE DESCENDENT'S OF THE HARTGES THE FAMOUS PIANO AND BOAT BUILDER.WE MADE RESERVATIONS FOR A MOORING AND FOUND OUR #25 AND MOORED UP THEN DINGHY ED IN TO CHECK IN AND GET THE SCOOP ON THE LITTLE TOWN.THERE ARE 4 PET SWANS,DUCKS AND CANADIAN GEESE ABOUND.THE DOCK MASTER (A HARTGE) SUGGESTED WE DO THE HERITAGE TOUR AND HANDED US A BROCHURE WITH ...