The Country Inn at Berkeley Springs

Address: P. O. Box 160, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, 25411, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on P. O. Box 160, Berkeley Springs, is near Berkeley Springs State Park, Atasia, The Bath House, and Star Theater.
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Diners galore

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Dec 05, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... as the trees lose their foliage and reveal another world hidden behind. There were lots of hills today as I passed through the Catskill mountains. I did encounter a bit of freezing rain, but was through it in about 5 minutes, gratefully.

WalMart in Martinsburg, WV has a full grocery store so I had a huge salad and giant Anjou pear for supper. I have apples, bananas and another pear for tomorrow. Ah, fine dining on the road!
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A Fond Farewell

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 31, 2014

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... were also shown traditional Thai clothing for women — a few of us couldn't resist trying on the headdress. Stewart then introduced us to a game with a ball called Ta' Kraw. It is played with a smallish ball and played like volley ball only with the feet and legs. It's tough, especially for those of us who don't play soccer. Kites are also a big thing in Thailand, and there are 60 laws related ...

Third Graders and More Work

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 30, 2014

7 photos

... were limited to what we were familiar with. Amaranth turned out to be the number one food consumed in the world. We then played a game where we were all citizens of a country that had city dwellers, midland dwellers and low land dwellers. We were each given certain supplies and Stewart gave us scenarios to follow. There was a bank/market and we had to deal with floods, famine and swine flu. (See Video) Very interesting lessons. We rounded out the evening with group pictures.
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A Little Rain Won't Stop Us

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 29, 2014

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... guest speaker, Ruth Anne Callaham, who talked about what is being done in Washington County, Md. about helping the hungry. She had food bank experience and is the county commissioner. She spoke about education not only of students and families, but of teachers to better help their students. There was lively debate on some of the merits of her ideas and plans. We all took away something from her presentation.
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1827. The Bloodiest Day in American History

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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... of war "breaking your word" was the greatest evil. To kill, main and cause unspeakable pain on the battlefield: OK. To not keep your promise: Totally not OK. Personally, I'd go for a little more dishonesty and a little less death and destruction... but that's just me... Finally I head out to wander around the battlefield. There are a couple of spots that I want to pause at. First is Dunker Church, a simple church around which a lot of fighting took place. Ironically, ...