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100 Things to Do in Annapolis and the Eastern Shore Before You Die

Susan Moynihan

The Chesapeake Bay region is an astounding place, boasting more miles of shoreline than the entire West Coast. It's home to a thriving community of water-loving creative spirits and one of America's oldest capital cities¬'¬beautiful Annapolis. With 100 Things to Do in Annapolis and the Eastern Shore as your guide, locals and visitors alike will unlock the many treasures this region has to offer. Go back in time on remote and disappearing Smith Island, whose residents trace their lineage to the 1600s. Run in the world's shortest foot race: a heart-calming 0.5Km. Sample the fare at a haunted tavern once frequented by Ben Franklin. No visit to the region would be complete without a bushel of blue crabs, served the Eastern Shore way. Author and reporter Susan Moynihan's own childhood sailing on the Bay helped her turn her love for her hometown into this insider's look at the region. Whether you're coming to tour the Naval Academy, wander Colonial-era streets, or get out on the water, you'll be amazed by the diversity awaiting you in Annapolis and Maryland's Eastern Shore. With this indispensable guide, you'll never run out of new things to do downee shore.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Reedy Press
  • Publish Date: Sep 1st, 2019
  • Pages: 160
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.40in - 5.40in - 0.50in - 0.55lb
  • EAN: 9781681062136
  • Categories: United States - South - South Atlantic (DC, DE, FL, GA, MD,

About the Author

Moynihan, Susan: - Susan Moynihan's twenty-year career as a travel editor has taken her across the globe, scouting and writing about sixty plus countries for an array of national magazines. She currently contributes to outlets such as Airbnb magazine and, and plans travels for clients under the nom de plume The Honeymoonist. She loves to spend time roaming back roads with her ukulele and her schnoodle, Ira Guthrie, in tow.