Driftwood Inn

Address: 609 Washington Avenue, Chestertown, Maryland, 21620 , United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 609 Washington Avenue, Chestertown, is near Chester River Craft and Art School.
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Travel Blogs from Chestertown

Annapolis Marina, first days onboard

A travel blog entry by nikolsons on Apr 29, 2015

4 photos

... Everything is different here in the shops, so shopping was not easy, as we had to go through lots of **** to find what we need.. When we got back to the boat it was dark already.. We had a couple of beers, then opened up a bottle of nice run and had a great night drinking and talking.. Slept like a baby on the first night onboard. It was great and warm and cosy, as we had an electric heater inside that Bernie lent ...

The Invisible Refugee Crisis in Ukraine

A travel blog entry by sethlung22 on Jun 02, 2014

... helped thousands of refugees from Crimea-the vast majority of whom are Crimean Tatars-settle in other parts of Ukraine. But those who have fled eastern Ukraine can't turn to the government for help. If the Rada were to vote on a bill helping displaced persons from within Ukraine's borders, it might be taken as a sign that Kiev has lost control over eastern Ukraine once and for all. So refugees from the east must count on friends or strangers for ...

Threat Level Red. Not my favorite shade.

A travel blog entry by janeyjay on Aug 08, 2013

2 comments

... Yes, I know Will is fine. But it's haunting nonetheless.

You know, though... if I can survive and handle having my precious baby (he will always be my baby) having a seizure in a traffic jam on the most traveled interstate I've ever driven on in the most urban area I've ever driven through... then I can survive and handle just about anything. Go me.

And true to form, young William had bounced back by the time we arrived at our hotel -- ...

Chapter Two: Love

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 20, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... I'm driving to my birthplace in Texas to stay with family for a few weeks. In early August I'm boarding a plane for Nepal, where I'll be living for a year at an orphanage in the Kathmandu valley as a full-time volunteer. Having lived in Baltimore, Maryland for a decade, there are quite a few people I have felt compelled to seek out in order to either say goodbye, or apologize profusely. In some cases I will be doing both. One of the people who ...

Chapter One: The Flood

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 11, 2013

8 photos

... and mystery. It was rebirth. When Zi-ud-sura came down from his boat and crawled onto a land of desolation and stillness, he was granted eternal life as a reward for protecting the innocent creatures of the earth from the floodwaters, and for his faith. His entire world, everything he knew and loved - was totally destroyed. No remnants, no reminders. Everything was gone, but his life had been spared, and he was free to explore a universe ...