Thomas Shepherd Inn

Address: 300 West German Street, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, 25443, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 300 West German Street, Shepherdstown, is near Antietam National Battlefield, Shepherd College, Antietam Creek, and Shepherdstown Museum.
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      Gettting ready to leave

      A travel blog entry by johnwpowell on Jan 04, 2015

      After many years of traveling to Germany for work, I finally have the opportunity to move there. Annissa and I fly out January 8th and the adventure begins. Tomorrow the movers are coming to pick up our furniture and car. We will miss our granddaughter Violet, "bubby" so much and at the same time looking forward to new experiences. We will use this blog to share our adventure of moving to Germany and traveling ...

      Diners galore

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

      2 comments, 4 photos

      Friday (day 3) was an amazing day on the road. I tried to meet up with Shannon who will be my room mate in Florida. She recommended a diner just down the road from where I stayed. It was in one of those very old buildings with crooked floors and a tiny ladies washroom.

      In hindsight, I am not sure if I went to the right diner or not, but the food was delicious in the one I stopped at. I took the first exit 19 that I came upon which ...

      Take me out to the ballgame!

      A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 18, 2014

      14 photos

      ... the disgust of the fans, who wanted to see the complete game (score by then was 7-2), and the “relief” struggled mightily, giving up a run on a walk and a double. The kid who walked went to third when he stole second and the catcher hit him with the throw—which never had a chance of getting him anyway. Still, all ended well.

      Nice park, great weather, friendly people. I’d go often if we lived here. You could even afford to take your ...

      1826. Spy Retirement Town

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 21, 2014

      39 photos

      ... don't care... I must pay homage to this symbol of the Early Industrial Era...

      Finally I cross the Potomac and am back in Maryland once again. It's only 2 miles to my next town: Sharpsburg, but I choose to take the long way: following the C and O canal trail (see Williamsport entry), as it winds alongside the Potomac, squeezed between sheer cliffs and the river. Not much left of the canal here, but you can still get a feel for what a ...

      Post-visit: Memories of 2000

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 01, 2014

      24 photos

      ... pretty rustic. That's American history.

      On down the road, there's a nice estate turned into a park "Renfrew Museum and Park" with an early 1800s house, smokehouse and barn turned museum (closed right now). I ask an older fellow what the story of this place is... he doesn't tell me much, but we do get to chatting a bit about life in quiet Waynesboro vs. a bigger city which he prefers... He also tells me his son is a musician who has about 15 guitars. It ...