Slade's Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 15820 Old York Road, Monkton, Maryland, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15820 Old York Road, Monkton, is near Ladew Topiary Gardens, Spa in the Valley, and Monkton Railroad Station.
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Travel Blogs from Monkton

Virginia - birthplace of the United States

A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Aug 17, 2014

1 comment, 34 photos

... same era that have been moved to that site and restored. As we were getting ready to retire to our tent for the night, we heard a lively group of neighbors that seemed to be having a good time, so we went over to investigate. We received an enthusiastic welcome from Julie and Bill, Julie's mother, Ellen, and another family, Karen and Phil, and their children Webb and Maxie. Julie and Karen who are both nurses had met at their work ...

Day 5 Baltimore & Capital Cities

A travel blog entry by lilytylerbatt on Apr 28, 2014

8 photos

After a much needed lengthly sleep we got up and had a breakfast of bacon bagels. After a brief FaceTime to home we headed down to get the bus to downtown Baltimore. A confident little girl sat between me and Saz at the back of the bus and provided more than enough entertainment for the journey. We got off at the inner harbour. The weather was absolutely glorious which made the day so much nicer. We walked along the quay enjoying a ...

Chapter Two: Love

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 20, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... stunning; beautiful to the point of perfection. She had straight, brown hair which I would later find out was naturally a fire of wild curls, intensely red-blond, the perfect companion for her tenacious and headstrong personality. She reminded me of Mrs. Frizzle from The Magic Schoolbus book series; up in the clouds, a girl who seemed to belong more to the randomness of the earth than she did to the human race. She was sharp-witted and much ...

Baltimore Revisited

A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jun 11, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... has been "reinvented" into a really nice people place - lots of interesting shops and restaurants, the National Aquarium, several other ships, and the sports stadiums are nearby. A really attractive area now!!

We then drove up to Lexington Market so I could show it to Ruth. It's still alive and kicking! It's much the way I remember it -- really crowded, lots of food booths, and really interesting to see what vendors had to offer -- some ...

Cork and Fork Rides Again!

A travel blog entry by pregester on Dec 17, 2012

2 photos

... evening 6 of the founding or early members got together for a reunion held at the home of Len and Betsy Homer on Federal Hill in Baltimore. The Homer house is a beautiful brick town home just blocks from the famous Baltimore harbor. Len is a retired attorney and he and Betsy are avid traveler as well as wine enthusiasts so in addition to food and wine we have travel in common. Needless to say the dinner was flawless and the wines were sublime. A quick ...