Driftwood Inn

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

The Invisible Refugee Crisis in Ukraine

A travel blog entry by sethlung22 on Jun 02, 2014

... for Refugees (UNHCR) says the crisis has displaced an estimated 10,000 civilians; most are from Crimea, and almost one-third are children. Ukrainian activists in Donetsk say that the amount of internal refugees from their region might also be in the thousands, but it's harder to measure because unlike Crimeans, internal refugees don't have to cross a border. Ukrainians have fled their homes for a number of reasons, all stemming from the ...

Chapter One: The Flood

A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 11, 2013

8 photos

... of my possessions, moved out of my two-bedroom apartment and into a tiny basement, and read John Krakauer's "Into The Wild" over and over again for several months while fantasizing about disappearing forever into some obscure rainforest in a secret corner of the world. It hasn't even been that bad living in someone's basement. I've lived in three basements during my time in Maryland, two of them being in the last eighteen months. I've ...

Where are all the catamarans?

A travel blog entry by jpblackstone55 on Apr 06, 2013

3 photos

... a round lighthouse now sitting on land in the Inner Harbor. It used to sit 2 miles off shore in the Chesapeake Bay. The lighthouse keeper would row out with supplies and spend a week or two alone in the lighthouse, lighting the gas lamp each evening. What occupied his mind? I know it wasn't Justin Bieber's hair or Weiner tweets!!

Anyway, we ended our trip by taking the scenic route home. This is something Marty likes ...

Germany tears as I fly away

A travel blog entry by laurakluga on Jul 13, 2012

3 comments, 7 photos

... beer from the Speyer Dom pub. Dom describes a very grand cathedral in Germany. Of course a few of us outgoing members of the band, myself included, went up to get a taste of our very own! Delish! I usually get tipsy off an entire glass, so after I drank half, I handed it over to another trumpet player, matt, who was trying to guzzle his down as well. Matt had no problems guzzling mine down too! Us brass players are generally known in the music world as being professional ...

Grubers Ahoy!

A travel blog entry by kateri.gruber on Jul 09, 2012

31 photos

... with an evening Mass – luckily not too far from our hotel. Spent a delightful evening strolling around a bit and learning how to use the subway system from a worker named Malcolm. Never did travel the subway, but he was a super nice guy!

Mom had bought us tour tickets on the Old Trolley Tour line, so we spent a day full of museum and national monument tours. Air and Space museum was my favorite. Saw the changing of the guard at ...