The Country Inn at Berkeley Springs

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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A travel blog entry by lzusarail on Oct 04, 2014

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... strolling through the market we ran into our old friend Xtina, who works in one of the farmers booths there now, which I didn't remember so it was a treat to see her! After ducking into the densest/cutest bookstore we enjoyed a walk past the Capitol building back to the train station. Halfway to Pittsburg now, and the route is beautiful, following the Potomac river through the Appalachians in West ...

Drake Well Museum and down to Maryland

A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 04, 2014

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I left the rally a day early. A fierce storm blew through the area in the early hours of the morning and although it was a brilliant, gorgeous day when I got up, it was really windy and the forecast was not good. I packed up, said my farewells and drove to Titusville, which had been suggested as an interesting place to visit.

Just a few miles out of town is the Drake Well Museum where the petroleum industry got its start. That was fascinating - not your ...

Post-visit : Goodbye West Virginia

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 25, 2014

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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

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... Valley. Shortly after getting off the trail, I spot a fellow trying to hitchhike out ahead of me. I wonder if this might be an "interesting encounter". It doesn't take long to find out... I'm still a 50 yards away and he starts talking to me! Bud is the West Virginia stereotype: a strong mountain accent... most teeth missing... with a rugged rural look. "Careful on that Appalachian trail!" He warns "Four months ago 2 guys stopped a man and his wife and gunpoint and raped ...

1825. Crossing the Potomac

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 15, 2014

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... his presidency a project of massive proportion was begun: to carve a canal right along side the river, with scores of locks to raise and lower the canal boats... and in many places cutting right into the side of the mountain.

The problem of running a canal along side a river? Well, there are thousands of streams running into the river! Solution? Build culverts and aqueducts so that the canal flows over those streams! And remember, this was all a hundred years ...