The Southern Mansion
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Drove 120 miles in 4 hours including a lunch stop at Annapolis.
The weekend sunshine had disappeared and was replaced by winter. We stopped en route at Annapolis, Maryland, the home of the US Naval academy and some mighty fine seafood. We ate at the Middleton Tavern, an 18th century Georgian ...
... out to visit while the ladies stayed in town for some shopping.
That evening, the four of us drove back into town and had dinner at Jake's Restaurant. Shirley had seared scallops and I ordered their signature Maryland crab cake. Both were ...
... hoped that they would meet us here, and that they might join us for all or part of the rest of our trip. Well, we got part of our wish – they met us here, but without their coach, so they will not be joining us for the rest of the trip. Regardless, we had a great three days with them.
That evening, the four of us went to the Hammerhead Bar and Grill just across the inlet for dinner. The food was good – not great, but ...
... lunch somewhere smack bang in the middle of state and met a couple of old lasses in the tourist centre (or center over here) who were mad about their Civil War history. They showed us some places to go and what to see. Before we headed for Civil War stuff, we took a detour along the 'Skyline Drive' which was a 15 mile stretch of road with something like 70 lookouts. The park ranger gave us a leaflet about tick safety, as we were in a ...
... the 100 mile plus shoreline are quite varied.
I have some mixed feelings about the Jersey Shore, though. For one thing, almost the entire distance is heavily developed . A stretch of Long Beach Island State Park is about the only exception. So don’t go to “Da Shore” expecting peace and solitude. With lots of people come lots of rules and regulations, so if you view the beach as a place of freedom to have fun, forget about New Jersey. Most of the town ...