Econo Lodge Harpers Ferry
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Harpers Ferry
Well, it was exactly what it says, economic.
Clean, with friendly staff and hot breakfast. Not a Hilton.
I would come back, especially as they had smoking rooms.
I was greeted with 'Ah Mr Welsh the smoking king' he was referring to room size not my royal connections..
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Had a good sleep as in bed before 10 and woke at 6am without awakening......
I thought I would share a couple of pics this morning, it is only 6:50 for me, and it's a holiday adventure day (not a Saturday)!!!
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As Lee's CSA Army marched north to Antietam, he sent a force to Harpers Ferry to take it from the USA. CSA - Confederate States of America.
Whilst HF is key to the access of West Virginia it is also the route of the main railroad going west, so HF is strategically significant. I'll not waste time discussing …
Well I walked down the Appalachian Trail into the Historic District and it was shut. Not open until 9am. However, there were plenty of markers and history boards to read and visit.
Interestingly this place is the half way point between Maine and Atlanta on the trail and its over 1000miles each way..
For a potted modern history here …
Antietam is only 17 miles from here and I took the scenic route.
Harpers Ferry sits on the fork of the mighty Shenandoah River and the even mightier Potomac. Its a beautiful setting and of strategic importance...
Checked in and went for a run up to the park.... (in the car)
Another emotional day with excitement, awe, …
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