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Join the Parklawn Sailing Association at its annual membership event! Take a short sail on the Chesapeake Bay from our harbor located in nearby Galesville, MD! Rain date is Sunday, April 28th at the same times!
Noodle King looks like a 'dive' on the outside but you will be diving into your food on the inside! This is one of the top 100 Chinese restaurants in the US and you will know why once you taste your food (no MSG!). They have Hong Kong style and Cantonese style, etc. Small place that now serves wine and beer! My friends go there every year for Chinese New Year and we will start to do that too! I almost didn't go in, but they assured me I was in for a big treat and they were right! I love their Hong Kong Fish. They have other chef specials to die for on the board on the wall. Here's their menu: https://foursquare.com/v/noodle-king/4c3a141e18e72d7feb4c1bf5/menu All aboard mates.
If it is nice, we can eat brunch outside on the patio and then go for a walk, which is magnificent and has beautiful views of the falls. You can RSVP YES for only the brunch and not go for a walk, or you an just go on the walk and not have brunch, or you can do both. Itinerary: 11:00 am- 1:00 pm - Marvelous brunch at Old Angler's Inn 1:00 pm-3:00 pm - RT Nature walk hike along the canal to 'the Island' with a marvelous view of the falls 2 miles one way. Nature walk with photo opportunities of beautiful waterfalls when we get to the island! Nature walk along the C&O Canal from the Inn to Olmstead Island (if it rains, we will cancel the walk but not brunch). It's about 2 miles one way or a leisurely 2 hour stroll RT. Meeting Place for Hike: 1:00 pm in the Parking lot across from Old Anglers Inn, 10801 MacArthur Blvd., Potomac, MD. There is a brick building with a bathroom outside before the walk. Directions: From the Beltway (I-495), take exit # 41, which is immediately north of the American Legion Bridge. When taking exit # 41, take it west towards Carderock / Great Falls, Maryland. This puts you on the Clara Barton Parkway, heading west. Stay on the Clara Barton Parkway for 1.7 miles until you come to a flashing stoplight. Make a left turn at the flashing stoplight onto MacArthur Blvd. Go for 1 mile until you see the Old Anglers Inn on your right side. Park in the parking lots across the street from the Old Anglers Inn. What to bring: a. A small bottle of something hydrating to drink like water or tea b. Comfortable walking shoes (tennis shoes are fine) c. Children, grandchildren and/or dogs (dogs have to wait in the car during brunch unless they are service dogs) d. camera/cell phone for photos of bald eagles and other wild life and scenery. Difficulty = EASY! Flat path. Terrain: This hike is mostly over flat terrain along the C&O Canal towpath RT. This hike is considered to be an easy hike. We will take our time and you can stop anywhere along the path to observe nature and frogs, turtles, fish, bald eagles or whatever else we see. Ages: This hike is open to all ages, so long as they can comfortably walk 4 miles. Parents need to be mindful of small children during the hike for their safety. Dogs: Dogs are welcome, so long as they are kept on a 6' leash at all times, are friendly around people and other dogs, and are not taken into the Inn or out on the walkway to Olmstead Island. All Aboard, Mates!
We always have a great time with Korean BBQ! the new HP is in the southeast end of Montrose Crossing center, 100m behind (east of) ChikFilA...