HI Knoxville Harpers Ferry

Address: 19123 Sandy Hook Road, Knoxville, Maryland, 21758, United States | Hostel
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      Seven Things to Never Say to a Teacher

      A travel blog entry by adamel on Sep 28, 2014

      ... that to happen, I need them to recognize me as their leader, and follow me on to greater realms of intellectual glory. So students, until you hold that diploma in your hand, my first name is Miss.

      #5: "Is this good enough?"

      I haaaaaaaaaaaaaaate this phrase. It is so simple and unassuming, yet it makes me want to beat things against a wall. This one tiny phrase carries with it a weight of laziness, low expectations, ...

      Relunia family time!

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 01, 2014

      38 photos

      ... is happy to play with her magnets in her little corner. Jem and Dan take us home and we rest up for the rest of the week.

      Day 4: Jem and Dan take us out today. We walk over to their house which is only around the corner and meet their chatty neighbour Kelvin. We manage to leave the house after Kelvin tells us of his road trip across the US on a bike.

      We are off to Georgetown today. Its another collegiate town but this one is a little fancy. The stores on the main ...

      First real day

      A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on May 12, 2014

      ... 12.30ish to go for a McDonald's, which, although cheap, massive and politely served, was almost completely the wrong order.
      But, undeterred, we took our McDonald's and cooler full of beer to the local national park, skimmed stones, climbed a tree, drank a couple of beers and had a good lads afternoon. After that, home, shower and kilted ready for the off.
      First bar was Joe's, had some very ...

      Why are the Great Falls called so?

      A travel blog entry by webebookersyall on Dec 21, 2013

      7 photos

      Because there is a bunch of waterfalls and by crikey they're grrrrrrreat. In all seriousness, they are very impressive and very powerful. The national park takes you down the side of the Potomac for a couple of miles, and you look down on lots of white water - and barking people trying to Kayak up the river. Lovely day out today, walking around in t-shirts as Verwood is drowning in rain. Happy days :-) Oh and bournemouth turned Sheffield Wednesday over ...

      The Great Escape?

      A travel blog entry by gypsytour on May 06, 2013

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... a wall mount TV, 6 recessed lights in den with wall mount TV, scraped ceilings, textured and painted, moved the fence and gate, and all completed with only one mishap.. Pat stepped through the dining room ceiling. I explained that it was just a rite of passage in remodeling - I think we've all done it. There was one other "shock" however--- plumbers in the DC area make $160 /hour. I called my old buddy "Greg the Plumber" to help us out ...