Hampton Inn Martinsburg South - Inwood

Address: 4758 Gerrardstown Road, Inwood, West Virginia, 25428, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 4758 Gerrardstown Road, Inwood.
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Diners galore

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

2 comments, 4 photos

... and stopped in West Virginia. I must confess that I LOVE New York. There is something about that state that fills me with joy everytime I visit no matter where I seem to go. Perhaps it is the rolling hills, the rocky cliffs, or the huge I (heart) NY signs but I always find myself smiling as I visit or pass through.

It is interesting to see the countryside with no foliage on the trees. Just like Nova Scotia, the number of houses goes ...

A Fond Farewell

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 31, 2014

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... flying. Kites are even used for fighting! Legend has it that Thailand won a battle by sending children up on very large kites to spy on the enemy. We all made a kite, ran around the room with them and even had a kite fight happen. (All in jest of course.) Then on to lunch. We prepared the lunch ourselves, all traditional Thai foods: vegetable stirfry, spring rolls, coconut sticky rice and a fruit ...

Third Graders and More Work

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 30, 2014

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... students gathered back at the lodge for the end of the day review of what they learned. Our Road Scholar group gathered and ate our bagged lunches. The afternoon was reserved for cleaning up the village from the visit and preparing the homes for the winter.

Dinner was a treat. Most of the food items were obtained from sources within a 100 mile radius of Shepherd's Spring including some items from Shepherd's Spring. It was all about keeping it local. The meal ...

A Little Rain Won't Stop Us

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 29, 2014

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... guest speaker, Ruth Anne Callaham, who talked about what is being done in Washington County, Md. about helping the hungry. She had food bank experience and is the county commissioner. She spoke about education not only of students and families, but of teachers to better help their students. There was lively debate on some of the merits of her ideas and plans. We all took away something from her presentation.
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1833. Meeting a Stereotypical West Virginian

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 24, 2014

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... with a houses and shops packed together, rather it has a wide, divided street leading to a small park/roundabout in the center. It makes me think a little bit of Crespi, Italy, another spacious town designed specifically for factory workers and supervisors--although it looks like much of Ranson has been rebuilt... My guess is that factory workers/miners lived in pretty squalid conditions at that time, so a company built town like Ranson was probably a refreshing ...