Super 8 Prince Frederick

Address: 40 Commerce Ln, Prince Frederick, Maryland, 20678-4185, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 40 Commerce Ln, Prince Frederick, is near R&J's PlayPark.
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        A travel blog entry by jeranderson on Jul 17, 2015

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... until our Dad came back. THEY WERE AWESOME! Instead of spending 5 more hours waiting at an airport, we were able to have a lot of fun. Then we drove home, stopping for Arby's on the way and seeing some cocoons that caterpillars were building, and now we're home. Well, I'd just like to thank everyone who has been following this blog, and I hope y'all enjoyed it. Signing off until our next adventure... ...

        The Home of George Washington and Ruby the Rhubarb

        A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Apr 30, 2015

        13 photos

        ... lost a kid for the first minute and a half of the movie. And to think, that could be me someday.

        From the theater we ventured over to our mansion tour. The tour was interesting. We stayed in a line, guided through the individual rooms by little barriers. It wasn't a guided tour in a sense that someone was walking us through the building, rather, we'd meet a guide in each room and they'd tell us the history of that room. It was a little weird though, cuz I ...

        Mount Vernon

        A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 21, 2014

        9 photos

        ... green tomatoes it made for a complete Virginia style "vegetarian meal".

        We then walked down to the farm area and through the gardens some more. Washington considered himself a farmer above all. He was progressive in his farming methods and ideas, using 7 year crop rotations, growing seeds for next year, harvesting herring from the Potomac (1.5 million each year), raising sheep and pigs, wheat, corn, etc.

        Lastly we toured the museum with artifacts ...

        Intercourse, Amish & Stuff You'd Rather Not Know

        A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 17, 2014

        1 comment, 18 photos

        ... so we will have to remember it instead. We then saw several horse and buggies, miles of clothes hanging on clotheslines, gardens and corn bibs filled with dried corn for the animals. Most farmers here have dairy cows and they grow the down for their feed.

        We stopped at an apple farm for warm apple cider donuts and then went inside for apple butter, homemade noodles, warm and cold apple cider, an apple dumpling, a small raspberry pie, an raspberry ...

        George Washington's Mount Vernon

        A travel blog entry by jlewis51 on Mar 11, 2013

        8 photos

        ... coleslaw for my meal. Yes it was as good as it looks! The restaurant itself was very nice. The servers were dressed in clothes very similar to what you would see people wearing at that time in history. There was a fireplace in the main room of the restaurant and all of the drinks were served in mason jars. This was my kind of place. After lunch we purchased our tickets to take the tour of the estate. The ticket booth and the location ...