Category: Hotels

Journey to the Water’s Edge—Talbot County and the Eastern Shore of Maryland

This spring, plan your escape to Michener’s Chesapeake with a weekend in Talbot County, Maryland. One iconic town in this gorgeous county is my personal favorite, Tilghman Island, Maryland on the pristine shores of the Choptank River. Tilghman Island is a scenic 20 minute drive from St. Michaels, and remains a true working waterman’s village with excellent fishing…

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Washington DC’s Hot Hotels

UPDATE: There are a few DC hotels that have closed or are under new management, but this list remains up-to-date and I thoroughly recommend them. For more information, please check the websites. The Line Hotel  in Adams Morgan 1770 Euclid St. NW, Washington, D.C.; 202-588-0525; thelinehotel. This trendy, new hotel was a 110-year-old historic bank in…

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Road Trip to Pennsylvania Dutch Country-Lancaster, PA

Best known as “Amish Country,” Lancaster, Pennsylvania is surrounded by bountiful fields and farmland, making it a perfect getaway for foodies looking to sample hearty Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine and the best soft pretzels anywhere. To learn how these iconic snacks are made, check out the Lancaster pretzel tour! Lancaster’s historic downtown has perfectly preserved 18th and 19th century architecture…

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Asheville – A Year Round Getaway

The U.S. has many celebrated destinations, but few rival the city of Asheville, in my opinion. Located in the dazzling Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville beckons strangers to slow down and savor. To revel in the bucolic countryside, dine on superb cuisine, and absorb its romantic history and culture.  The bountiful farmland surrounding the city has inspired…

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WHERE TO EAT in DC: The DC Wharf

                  Open only since 2017, the Washington DC Wharf has become the most popular destination in the city this summer. This development, which is set to expand in 2021, is a community beloved by visitors and locals alike. Perched along the Wharf’s one-mile-long boardwalk, nearly every restaurant features views of the Washington Channel.                    With a variety…

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