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

    Captain Judy and Tom Bixler

    A travel blog entry by oxfmd007 on May 28, 2013

    ... the country - the second one works on the ferry as well. Captain Tom is great fun and full of energy and laughter. Its a fun way to see the town from the water and you can be a car passenger, foot passenger or bike passenger. Its a must-do in Oxford


    A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Dec 31, 2009

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    Every first of the month, Camfel techs are required to get an oil change for the van. We frequent Sears Auto Centers around the country and - when we're lucky, it's attached to a mall. This was the case when we stopped in Annapolis, MD. As Sears Auto serviced our vehicle, we explored the Annapolis Mall.

    We relaxed in the mall with free massages at Brookstone.


    Anchored in Town Creek

    A travel blog entry by mainship on Jul 17, 2009

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    ... free.It took almost a century for the hamlet to dawn again.Oxfords oysters, the railroad and their food packing plants revitalized the hamlet until the 20th century when things quieted down again.Oxford today is a peaceful port whose main business is tourism.Visitors arrive by land and water to recharge in an easy going atmoshere----NO STOP SIGNS---NO TRAFFIC LIGHTS----NO POLICE STATION---just streets of circa 1800 homes lushly landscaped.AHHH!!!!!So ...

    Transit to Annapolis

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 30, 2009

    ... the fenders and inspected our scrape—most from the pier. It wasn’t too bad and Dave eventually sanded it out while at Jabins.

    As for the new rudders, they performed as expected - no problems - although this passage was not the best test.

    The next day after retrieving the car left at Vera’s and returning to Bert Jabins, Dave located the owner of the boat we had brushed ...

    Next Stop: Maryland

    A travel blog entry by globetrotters on Jan 17, 2009

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    ... great to know that people are so excited about this. We could see pillows, blankets, coats and snacks piled up in the back seats of numerous cars, so we were certain they were our brothers and sisters in this journey. We finally arrived at Jeffrey's house and were greeted in the cold winter night air by Don, my other cousin who had arrived a few days ago from Los Angeles.  It is so great to see my family and to ...