The Imperial Hotel and Restaurant

Address: 208 High Street, Chestertown, Maryland, 21620, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 208 High Street, Chestertown, is near Chester River Craft and Art School.
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Travel Blogs from Chestertown

Pasadena, Maryland

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Sep 16, 2014

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... slice of pork belly & spicy coleslaw. Andy had a local soft crab sandwich & fries, which was the whole crab including its shell. Cez had a crabcake sandwich in a bun. We paid for lunch and moved on.

Heading back the to main street lastly to fetch some fudge for our train journey tomorrow. Andy was stopped by a hobo, for a random chat in the street & wanting 3 bucks, but Andy told him "the ladies had all the money, that we were so tight you could hear us ...

Camden Yards and Our Nephew Bob

A travel blog entry by lois.george on Jul 08, 2013

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... the standing-room-only section off of Eutaw Street near Boog’s place. Boog promptly grabbed Lois’ well-worn Rawlings mitt and affixed his signature to the pinky finger of the glove with a Sharpie. Lois now is the proud owner of an original, one-of-a-kind, Boog Powell fielder’s glove.

We sauntered through the charming concourse surrounding the "retro-style" stadium field. The completion of Camden Yards in 1992 inspired the construction of ...

Chapter Three: Children

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

3 comments, 11 photos

... and saw that she was beautiful. She made eye contact with me and smiled. And so I smiled. The contagiousness of a baby's smile is well-documented, and is similar to that of a yawn's propensity to hop from one person to another. It is impossible for a human being (sociopaths excluded) to not smile when seeing a baby smile. It's one of nature's laws. As I sat down on the couch with smiling Simone, Stef's wishes for an amusing moment of male incompetence quickly vanished ...

Chapter Two: Love

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 20, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... volunteers all over the world in a variety of occupational capacities. Since I already work with children for a living (we'll talk about that next week), it made sense to do the same kind of work as an overseas volunteer. I eventually chose to go to Nepal and work at an orphanage. The length of my placement would be ten months. This spiritual Quest wasn't something that I decided to do. It was something that I had to do, for reasons that I ...

The End of the Adventure......

A travel blog entry by knightband on Apr 07, 2013

2 comments

We are on the road home now after a WONDERFUL trip to Washington, DC. For the first National Festival this group has attended it was an amazing experience for all involved and we are all already looking for the next adventure! The students performed amazingly yesterday! The adjudicators had some wonderful comments ...