Saint Michaels, MD (PRWEB) September 29, 2005
St. Michaels, located on Maryland's beautiful Eastern Shore is normally a safe destination for travelers from around the world wanting to visit the Chesapeake Bay. Usually a visitor to St. Michaels will enjoy spending time at The Maritime Museum, finding out why St. Michaels is the ÂTown That Fooled the BritishÂ, sailing on a SkipJack or Catamaran, dining at one of the many fine St. Michaels restaurants and shopping at the wonderful boutiques lining Talbot Street.
This November though, there are nefarious plans afoot at The Old Brick Inn http://www.oldbrickinn.com. Innkeepers John and Sallie Cwik are helping to plan a murder at the luxurious The Old Brick Inn. It seems very surprising that these two experienced and talented Bed and Breakfast hosts would even be contemplating such a scheme, but, sadly, they are!
Sallie and John don't know who the actual murderer is, but they do know that the murder will happen at the St. Michaels event of the year at the Old Brick Inn., hosted by Jonathon Tyler, a wealthy, eccentric and not very well liked, member of Eastern Shore Society.
The Cwik's are inviting guests from all over to help them solve this mystery, at their ÂDying to Getaway?Â, Murder Mystery Weekend. The weekend will kick-off with a cocktail party from 7:00 Â 9:00, offering a fun opportunity to meet co-conspirators. Saturday, guests will be on their own to explore St. Michael's shops and restaurants. Saturday evening everyone gathers in costume for a delicious dinner catered by the Town Dock Restaurant. During dinner mix and mingle with other suspects for a fun and hilarious evening of Murder and Mayhem! Perhaps you will be the murderer or possibly the successful sleuth! http://www.oldbrickinn.com/events.htm
Complete Weekend Package For Two Includes:
Two Nights Lodging
Friday Night Welcoming Party
Saturday Night Dinner Catered by the Town Dock Restaurant & Murder Mystery Party
A Souvenir Gift
The Old Brick Inn was built in 1816 as the private residence of Wrightson and Elizabeth Jones. It has a cellar which is unusual in St. Michaels, that still has a large fireplace where cooking was done. Wrightson Jones was a shipbuilder during the war of 1812. The house became know as the Williams House in 1877 when the St. Michaels Comet advertised it as having Âentertainment for man or beastÂ. The house was also the St. Michaels Bank for a number of years, and became The Old Brick Inn in 1993. Today the Old Brick Inn feature 14 opulently decorated rooms, Jacuzzi baths and a swimming pool. SallieÂs gourmet breakfasts are a daily treat, causing some guests to say it should be a ÂBreakfast and BedÂ. John and Sallie Cwik came to the Old Brick Inn in April 2005 bringing with them more than 50 years combined restaurant and hospitality background, including 22 years with AnthonyÂs Restaurant in Atlanta. The pair recently sold their Bed and Breakfast in Saugatuck, Michigan and they are enjoying their move to MarylandÂs Eastern Shore.
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