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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Why Knot Sail To St. Michael's This Fall?

An American Travel destination that oozes old fashion charm is St. Michael's, Maryland a small town on Maryland's Eastern Shore near Easton. A 1 1/2 hours from Washington, DC, and a short drive from Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Wilmington, Delaware, St. Michael's is one of America's best weekend destination. Located on a peninsula of the Chesapeake Bay, Saint Michael's is known for it's quaint main street, shops, boating, fishing, and the best Maryland crabs and seafood.

A visit to St. Michael's always includes a long stroll down its picturesque main street. Talbot Street is lined with beautiful historical buildings, and cute shops offering whimsical decor, ice cream, art, and crafts. St. Michael's is a little slice of heaven where you can find places to go birdwatching, get there by boat, and tie up for a wonderful adventure weekend. You can also charter a sail boat on St. Michael's. You can stay at an old hotel, or in one of the many Bed and Breakfast establishments. Beach House Finds suggests the classic Inn at Perry Cabin, which was built in 1816 and was converted to a 25 acre, luxury country house hotel in 1980. Located in the heart of St. Michael's, Maryland, the inn offers 80 rooms, offering decks or patios, that feature a mix of modern and period furniture, Italian marble bathrooms and fireplaces. A true American icon coastal town, it is only a forty minute boat ride from historical Annapolis, Maryland. For the perfect fall weekend The Inn at Perry cabin, has the perfect yacht landing. Central to St. Michael's charming Victorian style town. Yes summer may be over, but fall at St. Michael's is America's little slice of Heaven.


veronika miller said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely and yes, why not? On our way. actually my brother did just that on the "witchcraft". A boat he had helped restore. will tweet you a pic.

cindyfw said...

sounds like a quintessential American town, the way we dream of them. lovely depiction. makes me want to make a drive but yr a long way from Kansas City. cindy @urbanverse