From the start of the War of 1812, it was only a matter of time before fighting would come to Baltimore. She was America’s 3rd largest city, had an excellent deep-water harbor, a number of shipyards and was the home base for many privateers. Come discover Baltimore, The Naval Base at Annapolis and see the flag waving above Fort McHenry.
Let the Laughter Roll. Become an expert on all things crab at Phillips Harborplace -includes a feast. Then visit America’s official repository for self-taught and intuitive artistry – The American Visionary Art Museum. It defies convention, while offering both surprise and inspiration.
The boardwalk in Ocean City is considered one of the “Best Boardwalks in America” and is lined with restaurants, bars, shops and amusements. While that is enough fun for some folks, we’ve added an Assateague Island tour (Home to more than 300 wild ponies), and NASA’s Wallops Island Flight Center (they send supplies to the International Space Station from here) just for you.
It is the best of times . . . Dickens “A Tale of Two Cities” was set in London & Paris as the French Revolution ends . . . Our tour, “A Tale of Two Boardwalks” is set on the Atlantic Coast in MD and VA as the Pandemic ends . . . But any comparison ends there because Dickens painted a gray somber story – while we are painting a Bright, Bright Sunshiny Day.
This overnight trip is filled with stunning scenery. From Harpers Ferry in the valley where the Shenandoah meets the Potomac, to a Four-Star Resort on a Mountain Lake, to the Western Maryland Railroad climbing high into the Appalachians – it’s a photographers dream.
A Low-Priced Eco-Beach Adventure filled with Crabs Dinners and Wild Horse Sightseeing. This trip features three Seafood Meals including a traditional Eastern Shore Crab Feast. Naturalists will help you learn about the native wildlife as you visit both Assateague and Chincoteague Island where you may see wild ponies running on the beach. It’s a great getaway, book your space now.