Monthly Archives: January 2018

Whats new on the Treasure Coast-A Railroad that Doesn’t Stop, But Goes by FAST!

January 26, 2018

Dear BoatUS Member:

Congressman Brian Mast has requested the U.S. Coast Guard conduct a navigation feasibility survey for the St. Lucie and Loxahatchee Railroad Bridges. Congressman Mast is committed to ensuring boating is not disrupted and safety remains a top priority. Your input is vital to helping make sure officials understand how bridge closings affect your boating.

Plans for a passenger rail service in Florida, until recently known as All Aboard Florida and now named Brightline, could change how drawbridge closings happen in your area, potentially making them more frequent. Hourly trains during most of the day will require additional bridge closings on waterways used by many boaters. You have an opportunity share your views on what this means for your boating

You can submit your views with the the following link:

U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Survey for St. Lucie and Loxahatchee Railroad Bridges

The deadline to comment is February 1, 2018 so speak up now and share this information with your boating friends, neighbors, yacht clubs and marinas.

If you have any additional questions, please contact BoatUS Government Affairs at govtaffairs@boatus.com

Thank you for being a BoatUS Member!

David B. Kennedy
BoatUS Government Affairs
703-461-2878 x8363
GovtAffairs@BoatUS.com

 

Bavarian Inn In ShepardsTown, W. VA Quiet Elegance, Great European and American Contemporary Dishes

Greystone Mansion originally built as a residence, now the main building and restaurant of the new Bavarian Inn.

AmericanPressTravelNews -Shepardstown, WV.-“Bob & Barb On the Road Again.” & “stopping to Smell the Roses.” We stopped over to the Bavarian Inn and WOW! This place offers so much for very reasonable prices. Over looking the Potomac River, near to the new bridge linking W.V. and MD., the first thing we noticed was the heated Infinity Pool.  The landscaping at this Inn is quite exceptional, all manner of lilies of every hue and variety, roses and a total cornucopia of perennials, and annuals set the quiet relaxed mood with the aromas you’d enjoy anywhere! Looking around you feel you are in a little Bavarian Village that the architecture exudes in the spires and European Tudor facia. The Inn was built in 1930 as a private residence. The famous Greystone Mansion was converted in 1962 to a country inn. The award winning Bavarian Inn is owned and hosted by a native born Bavarian from Munich, Asam & his Wife Carrol. Good hospitality and fine cuisine of the old and new continents is paramount to its world renowned success. There are 4-chalets that have 42 elegantly furnished state-rooms with balconies overlooking the Potomac River.  Total rooms today including convention facilities is 72.. Get in touch at www.bavarianinnwv.com   304-876-2551

 

Yes, this pool goes over the edge of the hill it sits on, this it is called an “Infinity Pool.” It over- looks the Potomac River and it was heated. We loved it as all the guests here do.
Our room replete with a grand view of the Potomac River and even a automatic gas fireplace. It hit 49-degrees so we used it too early morning!
German themed restaurant replete with all the fixings, wait-staff and Schnitzels!
Authentic German dishes like this Schnitzel that was Gutt N zophtic!
Our Chefs. The younger dude was apprenticed to a world renowned Wolfgang!