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

      ... freakin' Palace by now.

      It is not ok to hit on a teacher. Not even as a joke. It is not a compliment to us. It is not funny. It is aggressive, it is offensive, it is wrong. Whether it comes from a student or a parent it is equally damaging, because it takes advantage of the teacher's position given that we can do very little to defend ourselves without ostracizing ourselves from the larger school community. If a stranger approaches you ...

      Relunia family time!

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 01, 2014

      38 photos

      ... in black suits talking into their lapels. Must be someone important having lunch here. While its tempting to sticky beak there are too many tough guys hanging around so we walk over to the shore instead. Jem wanted to go kayaking today but its way too hot I think. We see all the fancy schmancy water front apartments and the white table cloth restaurants along the walk. There was a section where there were kids playing in the water fountain. Since its so hot I convince Hinesh to take a ...

      Reflection

      A travel blog entry by kstosch on Dec 13, 2013

      7 photos

      ... I made it to la Tamborrada, Las Fallas, and Carnival. I also participated in la Dia de San Blas and the entierro de la Sardina. Additionally, I traveled to Segovia, Valencia, Sevilla, San Sebastian, San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, Santander, Cadaques, Barcelona and Zaragoza to try and learn and absorb as much of Spain as I could possibly see. As far as improving my Spanish, I really have Ines to thank for that as well as immediately becoming ...

      Firefox. Day 896.

      A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 22, 2013

      67 photos

      ... my young brain must have thought it was.

      Lucky for us the museum was nice and quiet. I walked along the gangway into the gigantic hanger and the black tail wing slowly came into view. I had goose bumps. The corners of my mouth joined my ears. I was almost welling up.
      As I slowly got to the end of the balcony the whole plane came into view. Something I have dreamed of seeing for over 30 years.
      I love engineering, science and ...

      The Great Escape?

      A travel blog entry by gypsytour on May 06, 2013

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... The Professor concocted some great shrimp dishes, allowing me to keep the midsection expanding at a constant rate.











      We did have a daily 40 minute commute which included some of the infamous Beltway gridlock, but Pat and I were able to get a lot accomplished in 4 weeks: complete Master bath remodel, new flooring in 2 rooms, 2 windows replacements, dismantled the mantel and lowered it ...