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Original Annapolis Seafood Crawl
"Don't feel like trudging around Annapolis on foot? No problem! Discover this beautiful city aboard an eCruiser with a local guide. This Annapolis and Eastport tasting tour will introduce you to the people places and food that make up the city's unique maritime culture.We’ll cross the bridge into Eastport an annex of Annapolis whose existence was and still is critical to the growth and prosperity of Annapolis. You’ll learn about the sibling rivalry that exists between these two sister communities and see iconic spots rarely seen by most visitors. Locals know how important these sites were to Annapolis and American history and you’ll get to hear the intriguing stories behind them.But this isn’t a history crawl
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Explore the Heart of Annapolis
"Take a ton of American history add a dash of East Coast charm then mix in a few secrets and you’ve got lovely Annapolis! One of the oldest cities in America Annapolis is bursting with original colonial buildings and deep-rooted stories of the nation’s heritage. Your local guide will tell you the city’s history and show you its hidden gems as you learn about the importance of this seaport town in the building of America. Learn why the beloved Chesapeake Bay was so critical to America’s growth and why it needs to be preserved for the country’s future.  Stop for a panoramic and find out how this city helped to shape the country’s identity. Annapolis was a temporary capital of the United States before the capital was in Washington
From $29.00
 
Dynamite Day Tour: Small Group DC Bus Tour
"The small group bus tours in Washington DC by this tour operator strive to give the best guest experience possible! They do everything possible to make sure our guests don't feel like they are being herded around. Our guides share stories that gr as well as the visitors from other countries plus they have a number of ways to engage our guests throughout every tour because the last thing they want is for people to feel like they are stuck in a rolling classroom. The guides on this tour excel in helping guests get all the pictures they want yet still have the time & freedom to explore on their own at most locations. At the following locations your DC tour guide will share the stories that keep everyone entertained and engaged at the beginning of each visit to these American treasures. Most stops last 10-20 minutes and after hearing some great American history guides will help take any photos our guests want then allow a few minutes to wonder on your own.US Capitol White House WWII Memorial Thomas Jefferson Memorial Franklin Roosevelt Memorial Martin Luther King Memorial Korean War Memorial
From $85.00

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Pure Bread

Good enough to open two restaurants in two up scale parts of Delaware, Pike Creek and Greenville. Open at 6:30 am. With an onsite bakery, bread and rolls can't get any fresher. Home made soups made...
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Dreamers Cafe

Area boutique cafe. Unusual items, old favorites made new again. Hot Wings are great. They have a great Hot Sauce collection on the walls. Tables are plain, no tableclothes here. Best to take out and...
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The Three Little Bakers

Dinner and a show for about $45.00 per person. All you can eat buffet of wonderful culinary delights. This is by far, one of the most favored special occasion spots in Delaware. They come by the bus...
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Cold Stone Creamery

You pick a base flavor and can add any toppings you want, 5 kinds of berries, what ever. The crew sings when they get a tip and that is really neat for the kiddies, (big kids too)! This is by far the...
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The Green Room at The Hotel Dupont

Valet Parking, Men...Jacket required at all times, Ladies, no jeans or sneakers. Reservations are a must, book early as they sell out of space quick. The service, atmosphere and dining are second to...
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Catherine Rooney's

Named after their Irish grandmothers....ahh how can you not love that? Family, history, devotion, it has it all in an Irish Pub, Trendy way. Irish Pubs are a local thing, lots of Irish folks in this...
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Bangkok House

So great! This is a very authentic Thai Restaurant. The people who own it close on a whim and go toThailand when ever they feel the urge. Even people from Thailand eat here because it reminds them of...
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Union City Grille

Hours:11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 5-11 p.m. Monday through Friday, 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Saturday.Casual City Dining Featuring Contemporary Cuisine With An Italian Flair I find the food is American. The chef...
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Walters Steak House

The food is pricy. We have eaten here six or seven times. Ever since our favorite waiter Rob left, it's just not the same. The filet with the white lumb crab meat on top is good, but at $36.00, it...
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Iron Hill jBrewery

With slogans like..."Our beer snobs can beat up your wine snobs" you know right away this is a real brewery. Good food, get a booth. Prepare to wait, as is a Wilmington Happy Hour Hot Spot. I find the...
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Michaels Family Restaurant

Great salad bar, the breakfast buffet or the dinner buffet are tremendous bargains. The dinner buffet is all you can eat for $11.99. Hardly ever a wait, and banana foster with icecream is great! A...
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Columbus Inn

Great place, great chef, great servers. Buffalo Chicken Bites with celery sticks and bleu cheese dressing $7.00Fried Mozzarella with puttanesca sauce 7 Seasonal Cobbler with Ice Cream 6 Creme Brulee...
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Timothy's Bar and Grill

Lots of good food, great seafood and soups. The crab on english muffins is wonderful, but the new lump crab cakes are best! Three Cheese ChickenChar-grilled chicken breast topped with monterey jack...
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Del Rose Cafe

Del Rose Cafe, 1707 Delaware Ave.656-3015Trolley Square’s award winning music venue and fine dining. Been here a long time, personally I think you have to be pretty drunk to like the food here. Drinks...
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Top Things to Do in Delaware

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Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

A little bit of everything for the culture enthusiast. The house is architecually magnificent with gables and arches and collonades and super-high vaulted ceilings and tapestried walls. The furniture...
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Nature Center

The Brandywine Creek Nature Center is a good place to start your adventure in the park. It has interpretive nature programs and displays with an information counter. There was one staff member on...
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Riverwalk

The Riverwalk along the Christina River is a well done paved footpath that stretches from the Shipyard Shopping Center to the Harriet Tubman park, a distance of 1.3 miles. Along the Riverwalk are...
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New Castle Farmer's Market

I saw a post card advertisement for this farmer's market at my hotel. It claimed to be "Delaware's biggest and best farmer's market and flea market." Naturally I was excited because I love a good...
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Wilmington & Western Railroad

Wilmington & Western Railroad is delight for children and grand parents. On the 1st Aug grandma Laminack, grandma and grandpa Grundy went on an old fashion train ride with Cyrus now age 21 months....
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Old Farmers Bank

In 1807, the General Assembly of the State of Delaware passed an act establishing a bank modeled after the Bank of the United States to be called the Farmers Bank of the State of Delaware. In 1813, a...
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