In my quest for supporting local business’s it was a ‘no brainer’ as I walked into City Dock Coffee at Market Square, where I was told to ‘go upstairs’ to talk to the manager. Well, let’s just say that it was like walking into history, as meeting Grover, and his wife, for the first time was like visiting an old general store ‘somewhere in time’.
One of the most popular, if not only one that I ‘ve come to know is the Schooner Woodwind, which gives guest a sail of the Chesapeake on a beautiful 74 foot , classic wooden yacht. They offer daily public 2 hour cruises, 4 times daily, plus private charters, and for friendly competition, ha ha, they offer a boat & breakfast! We offer their link on our website, as you should book early, especially for the weekday entertainment cruises.
It’s funny when you live in DC, and you never get immune to the sound of sirens and motorcades. Yes, I gawked at them until the last motorcycle passed our condo. But what a wonderful culture shock to now have the clopping of hoofs of the Annapolis Carriage as they make their way to their 7 ½ acre ‘farmette’ in Ferry Point. For some well needed rests.