The Inn at Mitchell House
Travel Blogs from Chestertown
... work day with Habitat, so part of the group stayed at Habitat to teach Jen how to make storm windows in the morning before she headed out to join the rest of us for the afternoon at the Carpenter’s Boat Shop. The Boat Shop was an apprenticeship school, where people who were at a transition in their lives – financially, educationally or career wise – could come for 9 months and learn to build boats by hand in this beautiful big workshop that had ...
... just finished an hour of zumba and walking around all day otherwise, i was hungry and so it was a great day to try this rich dish (made with cream!)
Also I took the city bus to the Greyhound bus station as a dry run and picked up my ticket there which I bought for the web price of $14 to Philadelphia. I left Friday at 10:30 a.m. for the 2 hour trip to Phili and will write more from there (actually I am in Phili now and it is snowing!)
... Got my Hertz car...nice Buick Lacrosse, and headed the one hour drive up to Gettysburg. Pretty drive.
Sandy was staying a few miles outside Gettysburg in Tarreytown, PA in a place called The Antrim 1844 Country Inn. Very quaint, almost a B&B-type place with several outbuildings where they house guests. It was the site of her conference. Very nice. It started sprinkling rain as I reached the Inn. Neither one of us had ...
So I am not as good as Joy is at using this site....so my locations probably are not as detailed as hers.....I will do my best to put up updates and post locations as they become available!....Here's hoping things go well ^^
You can follow our exploits also on http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog/jo urneyjoy/5/tpod.html
So I slept pretty awful for some reason I think ...
... a more modern stove, and next to it a sink and next to that a washer and a dryer. Yeah! Grandmother's house was equipped with every modern necessity. Cherie assisted grand mom by placing the silver wear on the table. Clyde and I assisted in eating the food. We weren't much help in preparing the food, but when it came to eating, we made up for the lack of help. Grand mom's table was covered with a plethora of delicious home country cooking. Sweet potatoes, baked potato, ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting