Robert Morris Inn

Address: 314 North Morris Street, Oxford, Maryland, 21654, United States | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 314 North Morris Street, Oxford, is near Skipjack H.M. Krentz and Oxford Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Oxford

    Clean team!

    A travel blog entry by kirsten12344 on May 07, 2015

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    ... nice and her family were super nice! This new week sees the start of the big clean for camp. Today we tackled clary hall. Clearing out the whole cupboard and washing all costumes etc...There is so much pollen lying around it is crazy! Everything is tinged yellow! So tomorrow we tackle arts and crafts hall! Wish us happy cleaning! I'm of on a three day hike on Wednesday-Friday, so watch this space! 22.3 miles across the Appalachian trail! Super excited! Peace out from CW (Camp ...

    Jim & June's Odyssey 100417 - Annapolis, MD

    A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Apr 17, 2010

    ... br> Alex Haley Memorial - At this downtown city dock is where Kunta Kinte, the enslaved African arrived in 1767. The bronze statue depicts the author reading his novel “Roots” to bronze children lying on the grass in front of him. Along the waterfront walkway, there are several plaques memorializing the people that helped eradicate slavery or those who were involved in the Underground Railroad.

    US Naval ...

    Maize Maze

    A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Sep 07, 2009

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    ... minutes at one point, and was intermittently raining and sprinkling the rest of the time. The foul conditions, the frustrating monotony of the maze, and the sheer time commitment it required scared away many other adventurers, but we endured to the end. We successfully visited every station in the maze, and found our way to the exit.

    When we emerged, we hadn't realized how long we ...

    Last minute preparations

    A travel blog entry by kgreenhawk on Aug 16, 2009

    10 days left to pack, etc. Printed flight itineraries this morning. Going to DC tomorrow to apply for our travel visas. There are still 2 open seats next to me on the flight over....hopefully they will not get booked and we will have room to stretch out and sleep on the way there. Crossing my ...

    Epilogue - Home Sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by sherwoodforest on May 10, 2009

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    ... the world got to share the experience with them and will always have the pictures to remember it. We could not be more proud of their performance, and while it's quite painful to realize that it's over and we'll never be able to replicate the family experience we feel extraordinarily lucky to have been able to do it just this once.

    The credit, though - all of it, literally - goes to Miriam. Every ounce of experience, enjoyment, sense ...