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Zanheisers is great..always stay there when down in Solomons.

Utschs in Cape May...owned by the same family for over 60 years


I like clean showers, clean bathrooms, close to a store/ bar/ restaurant are just add ons if possible.

There are many nice marinas on the Chesapeake

We belong to a club with 125 slips, pool, restaurant, and a full time person who manages the place year round to watch the boats as well as upkeep the property. You can virtually sailout of your slip into the Patapasco and 5 miles the Chesapeake. I like the variety of sailing the river to Inner harbor when the Bay is blowing 35-40

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