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Cara Gibbons-Neff was raised in Connecticut and Annapolis, Maryland, and developed a love of historic buildings and towns at an early age. After receiving her B.A. in creative writing, Cara worked on grand prix racing sailboats before moving to Fredrikstad, Norway. From there she travelled extensively throughout the world, always enjoying the older towns and historic architecture the most. Today, Cara resides in Easton, Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay’s Eastern Shore.
Old Victorian London Sketches Waiting outside the Pub 1874

Friday Top 5: Historic Taverns and Bars

Bars: the place where people come together to socialize simply as humans, where titles or suffixes are left at the door and worries and woes can be (temporarily) forgotten. They are a place where friendships are quickly made, and occasionally history too. We take a look at the oldest American taverns still in working existence, which also happen to be homes of historic events, that helped shape this country.

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