It has been said that at night you can see a women walking up and down the halls of the middle school, a former principle.Sometimes she is walking by herself and sometimes she is pulling a student by his ear along with her.Or check into a historic MD inn surrounded by nature where you can rejuvenate in a tranquil setting with great food and friendly service.Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa located along Maryland’s waterfront is a perfect destination for day trips, weddings, family reunions, or an exciting adventure getaway.Maryland Route 200 (MD 200), more commonly known as the Intercounty Connector or ICC, is a tolled freeway in Maryland which connects Gaithersburg in Montgomery County and Laurel in Prince George's County.The highway was originally proposed in the 1960s as part of the Washington Outer Beltway.While other parts of the Outer Beltway were canceled, the ICC and the Fairfax County Parkway remained on master plans.The road's long history as an unbuilt proposed road stems from the controversy that has surrounded it over the years, including the cost of about .38 billion to complete the highway and related environmental mitigation.
Head to Chesapeake Bay or National Harbor to enjoy romantic water views, a choice of restaurants and activities.
Each cozy room includes a separate workspace, a K-cup coffee maker, an i Home docking station, and free Wi-Fi access.
During your stay, you have the option of dining at any of the three tempting restaurants including the incredibly appealing Rod’N'Reel Restaurant that serves fresh Southern Maryland seafood and overlooks the waterfront.
MD 200 begins at a trumpet interchange with MD 200A (Metro Access Road), which heads south to provide access to Shady Grove Road and the Shady Grove station serving Washington Metro's Red Line, near Gaithersburg in Montgomery County; west of this interchange the freeway continues as I-370 towards MD 355 and I-270.
Several new ramps and collector-distributor roads were built between this interchange and MD 355.