Manor Inn Bed & Breakfast

Address: 234 Fairfax Street, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, 25411, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 234 Fairfax Street, Berkeley Springs, is near Berkeley Springs State Park, Atasia, The Bath House, and Star Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Berkeley Springs

    DC

    A travel blog entry by lzusarail on Oct 04, 2014

    6 photos

    DC was a perfect convergence. Realized on our way in that our dear friend Heaven Edwards, who had taken the train from SF to New York for the peoples climate march, was already couch surfing in the DC area, so she joined us for our DC explorations, or rather our stroll down memory lane. Met up with old friends from the fund at a mainstay of the DC canvass office, la plaza, for fajitas y margaritas, ...

    Drake Well Museum and down to Maryland

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... the windshield wipers … and I thought I’d never get there.

    However, by the time I crossed the Mason-Dixon line into Maryland, the sky had cleared although it was still windy. I turned east along an interstate highway, I was done with secondary roads for the day, and within 15 minutes had arrived at Rocky Gap State Park. I checked in, found my campsite, tried to find a level spot (finally had to bring out the blocks) and hunkered down for the night. ...

    Post-visit : Goodbye West Virginia

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 25, 2014

    9 photos

    Day 327 6 hrs, 10 kms Today is the big day: I'm going to officially cross from "The North" to the "The South" on my Appalachian Superhike. I don't expect any earth shattering discoveries--but it's still a symbolic moment in my journey through America.
    So after a quick walk through and a couple more photos ...

    1833. Meeting a Stereotypical West Virginian

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 24, 2014

    15 photos

    ... Ranson Back in 2008 I made a quick Parkbench stop in Charles Town. I didn't realize that there are actually 2 towns right next to each other. So today I can add a new town: Ranson. Ranson is an unusual town in that it was created by a corporation: Charles Town Mining and Industrial Corporation. They laid out this as a neighborhood of Charles Town, for it's workers I assume and then in 1910 the residents voted to be a separate town. So it doesn't have the typical Main ...

    A Day on the Road

    A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 04, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... winning in the North.

    The British, French and Germans had told the South that if they could win a battle in the North that they would recognise the Confederacy.........

    87,000 Union troops moved in to catch 45,000 Confederates in a large bend of the Potomac at Sharpsburg. The battle lasted 1 day and at the end over 23,000 troops were killed, seriously wounded or missing. (12,500 Union; 10,500 CSA) ...