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Relaxation, fine dining and serenity
“Lisa, I have a feeling we’re not in Kilmarnock anymore . . .” I think were my exact words when seated on the patio of the Kilmarnock Inn to enjoy Sunday brunch. Surrounded by lush landscaping, sounds of a waterfall and birds chirping, one barely notices the traffic of Kilmarnock’s downtown Steptoe’s District, a stone’s throw from the hidden courtyard.
07.30.2015The Galloways: Goodwill ambassadors on the Chespeake Bay
Great vacations begin with great employees. And if you’ve ever taken a day trip to Tangier Island aboard the Chesapeake Breeze, you know what I’m talking about. Frank and Geraldine Galloway have been welcoming folks aboard the 90-minute cruise to the island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay for over two decades.
07.30.2015Brown Pearl is lurking on Pirate’s Cove in Harryhogan
I resisted the urge to scowl “Aaarrr, matey” as I climbed aboard the Brown Pearl at Pirate’s Cove in Harryhogan. “Everybody around here loves this pirate ship. It’s the scourge of the Northern Neck,” he said with a laugh.
07.30.2015Colonial Beach: Trolley covers the town
Visitors can tour the waterfront town of Colonial Beach by car, foot, bicycle or golf cart. But perhaps one of the best ways to see the sights and sounds of the Westmoreland County town is by trolley.