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Old June 17th, 2018, 04:10 PM #21
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I heard a rumor someone was offering late night armored Car tours of Bmore, for thrill seeking couples.
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Old June 17th, 2018, 04:29 PM #22
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Try Rocky Gap Casino/resort. Drop a few in the casino and have a nice meal in one of the restaurants.
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Old June 17th, 2018, 04:35 PM #23
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My vote is for Gettysburg. There are a couple good local breweries. You could do one of those driving auto tours and go to the visitors center. It's nice to walk downtown there and grab an ice cream. Won't cost an arm and a leg and you'll be back before dinner.
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Lots of great suggestions. Some of which weíve done before.

My wife is interested in maybe going to one of the wineries in western md. Iíve never been to one before and I like the hill country so this might be our first choice.

St. Michaelís is in the running too. Lived my whole life in MD and itís one notable place that Iíve also never gone.
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Old June 17th, 2018, 06:27 PM #25
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Little Grand Canyon in PA is great , one problem is I can't remember how far away it is . We spent the night up that way and we will go back . I will try to google it to get more info.


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St Michaels is a beautiful little town. If you like seafood, it makes it even better. Quaint, clean and laid back. Nice hotels, nice restaurants and little shops.
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Go to Chancellorsville battlefield then hang out for dinner/drinks in Fredericksburg, VA.
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Visit the Confederate White House in Richmond Va (before it’s torn down) and have a nice meal on Carey Street.
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The historic scenic train rides out of cumberland have been on my list for a while. havent done them yet.
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Another one that was pretty cool. Smyth island tour. Nice ferry ride, rent a golf cart and explore a sinking island. Eat lunch and a smith island cake(state desert).
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