Smithfield Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: 568 Smithfield Lane, Berryville, Virginia, 22611, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 568 Smithfield Lane, Berryville, is near Ghost Tours of Harpers Ferry, Bluemont Vineyard, Great Country Farms, and Holy Cross Abbey.
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      But First Let Me Take a Selfie.

      A travel blog entry by eri_miri on Jun 17, 2014

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      We made it to the airport! Luckily we had some extra time so we caught the US v Ghana game in Reston VA with Nols before heading to Dulles. When checking in the ticketing agent asked is how many bags we were checking and asked to weigh them. When we loaded up our FOUR suitcases he mentioned that we were traveling lite! At first I ...

      1834. Entering The South

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 25, 2014

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      ... up. It's an African American, and he offers me a ride. I reluctantly refuse--I hate to turn down such a kind gesture... Then, not 2 minutes later, ANOTHER guy stops and offers me a ride! Coincidence? Or is there something truly different about culture in The South? A few minutes later a see a white fellow and a black fellow walking side by side along the road through the countryside... Of course, there are still quirky throwbacks to the "old days"--like a ...

      Mason - Dixon. Day 895.

      A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 21, 2013

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      ... your own pace.
      The area was massive. I didn't realize how huge it was. Lots of separate battle fields all put together.
      It is basically one huge memorial. Statues and monuments mark where battles took place and where platoons of soldiers lost there lives in one of the bloodiest conflicts in the civil war.

      Gettysburg is probably more of a by-word for 'the address'. Abraham Lincolns famous speech on November 19th 1863. It is widely recognized ...

      Summary

      A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Oct 02, 2013

      ... Colorado) Dinosaur National Monument (Colorado and Utah) Grand Canyon-Parashant (Arizona) Pipe Spring (Arizona) Chimney Rock (Colorado) Aztec Ruins (New Mexico) Hovenweep (Utah and Colorado) Canyons of the Ancients (Colorado) Yucca House (Colorado) Rio Grande del Norte (New Mexico) Capulin Volcano (New Mexico) Fort Union (New Mexico) Alibates Flint Quarries (Texas) Here's a list of some other things that don't fit into any of ...

      A day in Baltimore

      A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on May 04, 2013

      ... for Inner Harbor. The Kinetic Sculpture Race is hosted by the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM), which is also the endpoint of the race, so we parked near there. We had a map that gave us a rough idea of where the contestants would be at various times so we started following the race route in reverse looking for the vehicles.

      Bill kept ...