Kind of In Love With the Eastern Shore
Two weekends ago, my husband and I celebrated 20 years of marriage with a quick getaway to St. Michaels, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. It’s near the other town I love, Oxford, Maryland, where my novel, Inn Significant, is set. Both those towns have a ton of charm and are surrounded by water. They are quite special.
We stayed at the Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond, a place we had stayed many moons ago. As St. Michaels was celebrating Midnight Madness on the evening of December 2, we thought it would be fun to be a part of the…well…madness. With shops open until midnight, festive decorations lighting up the town, people feeling merry wandering the town (including us), and specials and discounts being offered in the shops, it was the perfect evening. We ate a lovely dinner at 208 Talbot, spent time at the Inn, enjoyed our amazing room and view, and reconnected in a way that all people married for a long time should.
If you’re looking for small town that oozes with charm, you might consider putting St. Michaels on your travel list.
You’ve convinced me that this has to go on our “let’s get away” list. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks, Marcia. Got your card today, and made me think to look at comments here on the blog. I missed this one from you on Christmas. Hope you had a great holiday. 🙂 Squeezing in a little writing here and there. Still thinking about that sequel…