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

Day 20 - ANNAPOLIS - BALTIMORE

A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 20, 2014

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... which Peter ran past), Peter sprinted back into the town. He ran about 2k, through the town centre, stopping traffic in true action man style and made it back to the visitor centre to find the handbag had been handed in and had everything still in it. With a mixture of relief and exhaustion (guess who was which), we journeyed out of Annapolis taking the short journey to Baltimore. We got ourselves in and then headed out for dinner. We stopped by the harbour at a restaurant ...

So nice to be in a family!

A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Nov 16, 2013

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... br>
In the meanwhile I use the internet here to organise the rest of my trip, My next stay will be in Maplewood, New Jersey with Rosine, a couch surfing host I am about to discover!

Sitting here, I look outside, we are in the middle of the woods, and a little further you can guess a boat or two, a pontoon and a little water creak. What a beautiful place to live!

This afternoon, we will all go to a wine tasting! (well, probably not Fhinn ;-))
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Orioles, Crab Cakes and the Subway

A travel blog entry by brightfamily on Jun 15, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... miles and catch the Metro aka the subway. I did some research online and found out we could get off the subway at the Lexington Market, which was five blocks from the field. Lexington Market is a great place to get just about anything you want to eat. Burgers, dogs, sushi, fried chicken, Greek,, Chinese, and for me the choice was seafood. In particular crab cakes. We found the Faidleys famous in Baltimore for crab cakes and and I got my fix (and ...

Chapter One: The Flood

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 11, 2013

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... books of all kinds. True Crime, Adventure, Fiction, Spirituality, Philosophy, Education, Cultural Studies, etc. My suitcase bulged with the girth of thirty or so of my highly-prized books, and wouldn't zip up completely. Satisfied with the books that I had picked, I donated the remainder to Baltimore's local book exchange.

2. A suitcase full of clothes.

I am not a fashionable person, really, because I don't care for trends ...

First day on the road

A travel blog entry by nickrandle on Mar 12, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... hasn't really started yet in the North and we haven't seen another one yet but we reckon that will change when we get down South.
We had already agreed to stay the first night in a hotel which will give us time tomorrow to shop for supplies and get our stuff unpacked for the first night at a campground. The restaurant was serving crab cakes, much to Nick's delight and a cool jazz band was playing as we ate. We're definitely in the States!

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