Where to Go, What to Do in Chesapeake City, Md.
Chesapeake City, Md., is about 83 miles from the Beltway. Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway north to the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway to I-95 north. Take Exit 100 onto Route 272 toward North East. Turn left onto U.S. 40 east, then bear right onto Route 213 south, which takes you into Chesapeake City.
Blue Max Inn, 300 Bohemia Ave., 877-725-8362, http:/
Inn at the Canal, 104 Bohemia Ave., 410-885-5995, ://www.innatthecanal.com. Cecil County's oldest bed-and-breakfast. Seven guest rooms ranging from $99 to $245.
Ship Watch Inn, 401 First St., 410-885-5300, ttp://www.shipwatchinn.com. Right on the canal. In-season rates start at $120.
Bayard House, 11 Bohemia Ave., 877-582-4049, ttp://www.bayardhouse.com. Known for its Maryland crab soup. Entrees range from $18 to $29.
Bohemia Cafe and Bakery, Second and George streets, 410-885-3066, http:/
Tap Room, Second Street and Bohemia Avenue, 410-885-9873. Entrees from $16.95 to $20.95.
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Museum, 817 Bethel Rd., 410-885-5621, http:/
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