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Posts from the ‘Maryland’ Category

Hotel Review | The Historic Tidewater Inn – Easton, Md.

The historic Tidewater Inn is an elegant setting for a relaxing stay in charming downtown Easton, Maryland.

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Introducing the ever-so-quaint Easton, Md.

This charming East Coast town has boutique shops, a historic inn and fine dining in its quaint downtown.

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Five reasons to visit St. Michaels, Maryland

The town that fooled the British has a lot to offer visitors looking to wine, dine, relax and unwind.

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Wrapped up in mummies at the Maryland Science Center

Unravel the mysteries of mummies at the Maryland Science Center!

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Photo Friday: Pumpkin patch near Baltimore

Fall fun: Visit a pumpkin patch!

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Taste Prince George’s Food and Wine Festival

The inaugural Taste Prince George's Food & Wine Festival at Six Flags America blended food, wine, music and roller coasters in a family-friendly culinary experience that celebrated local cuisine outside Washington, D.C.

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Beaches within five hours of Washington, D.C.

It’s mid-August and the days of summer are dwindling away. It's time for one last trip to the beach!

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Maryland festival celebrates local wines

Last week, as the country commemorated American Craft Beer Week, Maryland celebrated its local wines at the annual Wine in the Woods festival. Read on to find out three ways to enjoy the festival.

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Find art and more at the Bethesda Fine Arts Festival

The Bethesda Fine Arts Festival featured 130 artists in the downtown Bethesda street fair.

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Crab-filled brunch on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

When on Maryland's Eastern Shore, you eat crab. And crab I did eat at Mason's, a quaint yet sophisticated restaurant in downtown Easton.

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Shopping and dining at Bethesda Row

Bethesda, located about 8 miles from downtown Washington, D.C., headquarters the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. It's also an attractive destination for a day of dining and shopping. At Bethesda Row, a mixed-use development near downtown Bethesda, you can eat, drink, shop, visit the salon and catch an indie flick all in one place.

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