Hampton Inn Hagerstown - I-81

18300 Peak Circle, Hagerstown, Maryland, 21742, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 18300 Peak Circle, Hagerstown, is near Christian Heritage Museum and Great Eastern Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Hagerstown

    Day 8: Hybrids, Ice Cream, and Gettysburg

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... flight up, I picked up my new car from the rental stop. Right off the bat, two things about driving in the northeast are much different than my previous journey. One, it's much different driving in a place with hills and mountains. And two, I am much happier driving a Prius hybrid getting 50 miles per gallon! The second one will especially come in handy as I plan on putting over a thousand miles on the car this leg! I got into Gettysburg a little after lunch ...

    Gencon Report #4

    A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... have been a believable option for 'immortality' ... unlike the method in EP ... except that, like the digitized personalities in that game, these 'apotheotized' personalities can also be digitally duplicated multiple times.

    Which makes no sense to me. I can, just barely, accept that the Mimir tech used to absorb the original biological brain somehow doesn't destroy the actual human in the process ... I could never (and still ...

    Living History

    A travel blog entry by denisefrancisco on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... life and duties at an encampment. We were even fortunate to witness the soldiers fall into formation and fire two cannons three times as a demonstration of what soldiers faced while engaging the enemy. The sounds of two cannons was felt in my stomach and made me jump. I cannot even imagine being able to get used to the sound and feeling of cannons being fired nonstop during a war.

    After we finished the auto tour, we ate ...

    Post-visit: the Covered Bridge

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... Greencastle only has a couple underpasses and squeeze through alleys, so the town only developed on one side of the tracks. I wonder if the Chambersburg government was accused of being "wasteful" to build so many underpasses--but it paid off in the long run. Interesting how such simple decisions can affect future generations... So... that was Greencastle... My next destination is Mercersburg, to the east, ...

    Post-visit Hagerstown: A City Divided

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 08, 2014

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    ... siding with the south, but there is a plaque about a woman who waved a Union flag as the Confederates were passing, despite warnings from the neighbors of the dire consequences she could face.

    Like in Chambersburg, the Confederate army threatened to burn the city if they didn't pay a ransom when then passed through here. Unlike Chambersburg, the Hagerstown mayor was willing to pay. But there's an unusual twist to the story: the guy who delivered the message ...