Commodore's Cottage

215 Glenburn Ave, Cambridge, Maryland, United States | Ranch
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Southern Maryland

A travel blog entry by jcopsey on Jul 16, 2014

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... but not Sandgate's. All are still owned by Copsey’s too although no one knows exactly where the relationships connect. Roy enjoyed talking with Leonard Copsey who owns the Drift Inn and is 94 years old. Leonard shared many memories of being on the water with Roy’s father, fishing and crabbing, which he thoroughly enjoyed hearing. We also got a short visit in with friends Irvin and Terry Chappelear and Bob Correll who all live down near Benedict, ...

Nice Day at Solomon's

A travel blog entry by john.mccalla.33 on May 04, 2014

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Matt and Shawna stayed with us on the boat last night. So today, we biked around Solomon's Island, did a little shopping, went to the Calvert Marine Museum, and just lounged around the boat. They left around 3:00.

Then, Sean and Mandy came by around 6:30 pm. This was our first time meeting Mandy.....very nice and very attractive! We went to dinner at The Lighthouse Restaurant, and they headed back around 9:15.

The plan is to started heading back south tomorrow
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Out of DC (D-azed & C-onfused)!

A travel blog entry by drudell on Feb 23, 2012

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... While at dinner I searched on the phone for lodging for the night. It was looking like the 'Sleep Inn' for $69 would be it, but then I found a closer place called the 'Kent Manor Inn' which was advertised at $99. Drove in a VERY long lane to a beautiful big Mansion. I talked to the innkeeper, and she said summer rate was $210! We took the deal and had a great night sleep in a 3rd floor room on the 227 acre ...

The Underground Railroad, Condensed Version

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Oct 11, 2011

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... the docent’s will direct you to the closest sites, just blocks away. They also have a nice interpretive section downstairs. This is the place to start.


The docent directed us to the court house where people were sold into slavery on the courthouse steps, just up the street from the docks. The original courthouse was destroyed and then destroyed a 2nd time, but the front of the 2nd rebuild is still in the ...

CAMBRIDGE , LATRAPPE CREEK

A travel blog entry by mainship on Jul 21, 2009

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... with its original crab packing plant where you can just walk by and see the many workers shelling the crabs for packaging---wow they still do it by hand and they are so quick--it is really neat to see.There are some of the crabs molting their shell so they are put in a special tank for holding and they are THE SOFT SHELL CRABS you eat in the restaurants.Cambridge also has the oldest BED and BREAKFAST since 1847.Cambridge plays host to the Harriett ...