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St michaels or Easton for 3 nites in early may? Wades Point? Harbor inn?

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After being in DC and Williamsburg, we plan to spend 3 days in st. Michaels or Easton in early May and then fly out of Baltimore.

we wld like to take nice walks, bike and be in a beautiful/charming location.

Do you recommend EAston or St. Michaels? and where to stay? we'd love to have water views and wld like a quiet B&B.

we looks into Wades Point--but there are very mixed reviews and i did not know if it is too isolated.
the harbor inn/marina in st michaels is on the water--no charm but looks ok.

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