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

April 30 - May 2: Shopping for the trip ahead

A travel blog entry by nikolsons on May 02, 2015

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... onboard to take with us.. The problem is our cards stopped working yesterday at the last shopping stop, trying to pay for 2 trolleys of dry food. Thank God a minor miracle saved us, as a German lady somehow turned up and offered us to pay our 500 dollar bill with her credit card, with us compensating her in euros. She was a God-sent! Apparently, here in the U.S. Even if you have other currency like euros, it ...

Day 15 - Off to The Tides Marina Chesapeake Bay

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Jun 23, 2014

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... to the marina I noticed large nests on top of the markers more osprey ...that's twice we've been at marinas with these lovely birds. This marina / resort is lovely has a small number of slips and here we are one of the biggest yachts :-)

We enjoyed cocktails on our aft cockpit with our Virginia friends, our first company on El Nido then we enjoyed a lovely dinner the restaurant here is excellent.


Camden Yards and Our Nephew Bob

A travel blog entry by on Jul 08, 2013

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... sup>th Century copies of the earliest baseball tomes, and old photos of the great Yankees teams, each player’s photo signed by one of the greats of the 40’s and 50’s…. DiMaggio, Gehrig, Mantle, Berra, Whitey Ford. For each signature Bob has a story… about a quest to find a player or a manager (even a bat boy) for a signature on an old team photo, or about a conversation over several rounds rounds of beers Bob had shared with one ...

Chapter Three: Children

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

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... I met a guy named Steven who worked as a substitute teacher for one of Baltimore's public middle schools. As it turned out, he loved his job, a concept that was so foreign to me at the time that I didn't really believe him. How could I? Here was a person who worked a stressful (teaching hormonally-crazed kids), circumstantially inconsistent (as a substitute, you never know where you'll be placed from day to day) job with very low pay and no benefits telling me that ...

Tourists in DC

A travel blog entry by changandhammo on Jun 11, 2013

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Justin dropped us off at Penn/Baltimore Station just before 9:00 and we jumped on the 9:05 to Union Station in DC, we arrived just after 10:00 and the station is impressive enough even before heading to monuments an museums.
We walked straight across to the Capitol Building and headed around the front, where we could see the full length of the National Mall, which is over two miles long. The architecture and masonary in this place is amazing. We ...