SpringHill Suites Prince Frederick
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... better weather.
It will take roughly 15 hours to get to the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay (100 NM South),another 20 hours to get to Cape Hatteras (230 NM South)Then 3 Days to get to Savannah (575 NM South)
Appx 4 days total time, putting us in Savannah during daylight hours on Thursday 10/30.
The most dangerous piece of equipment on a Cruising boat?
A Calendar. So - all notions about destinations and timing are subject to ...
... The GPS routed us on small little road and not the main highways and we saw some of the best things so far. While passing a small building there was a crowd of children outside with bright orange caution vests on. The small building turned out to be a school and the children were just let out and were waiting for rides home. There was one older looking girl there and she may have been the teacher. We couldn't just pull over for this cute picture ...
... the estate's Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant had just opened for business when we arrived. The menu was very simple, which is a good thing in most cases. Of course I started off with an adult beverage. My drink of choice was the Old Dominion Oak Barrel Stout, brewed locally in the D.C. area. I have never heard of this brewing company, but I really enjoyed their oak stout. I went with the pulled pork barbecue sandwich with tavern ...
... progress was pretty slow up the top - we even did a mile or so of the fame Appalatian Trail!
Driver on towards Washington DC, or at least the outskirts. In our way to Alexandre, we managed to take a wrong turn, only to end up in the Pentagon car park! Narrowly escaping being shot by the security services, we found a motel and settled in for the night.
The next day we drove down to Mount Vernon - made famous to us by ...
D.C. Wharf (395N and Maine Ave) was super busy and congested with many locals buying loads of crabs and few tourists trying out already cooked seafood. Of all the time I was in VA, this is my first time at the D.C. wharf. I would definitely recommend to visitors who enjoys seafood.