Oak Tree Inn

Address: 620 Souder Road, Brunswick, Maryland, 21716, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 620 Souder Road, Brunswick, is near River & Trail Outfitters, Patowmack Farm, Butterfly Bend Farm, and Blue Ridge Mountain Dairy.
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      Travel Blogs from Brunswick

      Back to the lab again, yo

      A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 29, 2013

      ... admins, especially Natalie and Thomas - I've known plenty of "admin" types in my day. You should write a book about how to do it properly. Your dedication and enthusiasm for the program, kindness and willingness to help out, and overall positivity was appreciated more than you know.

      To the faculty - you rock! I loved getting to know you this summer, and I hope to see you back next year.

      To my fellow deans - thanks for bringing ...

      Land yacht maiden voyage to Brunswick, MD

      A travel blog entry by lambue on Jun 29, 2013

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      Our first camping trip with the new motor home, we decided to journey to Brunswick Maryland and camped along the Potomac River. The campground was beautifully situated right on the river, and immediately adjacent to the C & O canal bikepath. We arrived on Saturday afternoon, and were able to take a wonderful 5 mile ride to Harpers Ferry. Harpers Ferry surprised us with its beauty and quaint charm, as well as ...

      On to Reston, VA

      A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jun 09, 2013

      3 comments, 6 photos

      Today we travelled from Hillsborough, NC to Reston, VA (near Washington, DC) via Shenandoah National Park and the Skyline Trail. We left Kendra's at about 8:30 a.m., stopped by "The Farm" to say goodbye to Kathy & VJ., and then hit the road. Our original plan was to head northeast through the backroads of rural NC and Virginia, but Kathy and Teresa both suggested we go a little West and take in some of Shenandoah National Park ...

      The Two Minute Tour of Philly & Washington DC

      A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Sep 24, 2012

      18 photos

      ... candidate that was competing for the presidency was Mitt Romney. Within an hour both Subash and I, not only felt uncomfortable but angry annoyed and frustrated with her.

      The intention of this tour was to see Philadelphia and Washington DC. We had paid everything online but she mentioned that there were two tours that were not covered. First was the President’s Museum and the second was Shenandoah caverns. Initially we were not happy about paying more money, ...

      Marmsmoments takes off!

      A travel blog entry by cmgeg on Oct 12, 2011

      OK - here goes. Boarding the plane for this global adventure in just a few minutes! I plan to sleep all the way to Istanbul! Jerry drove me to the airport - we had a great dinner with Sarah and Ricky and Ricky's dad Rick! (J - love the earings - thank you so much for the sweet gift and the last 28 years! Thanks for the wonderful dinner treat Ricky and Sarah!!)

      I am excited about this adventure - will miss my ...