Holiday Inn Express Charles Town

Address: 681 Flowing Springs Road, Ranson, West Virginia, 25438, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 681 Flowing Springs Road, Ranson, is near Charles Town Races & Slots, Appalachian Trail Conference Headquarters, Locust Hill Golf Course, and Beall Air.
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    Travel Blogs from Ranson

    Seven Things to Never Say to a Teacher

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Sep 28, 2014

    ... that makes me want to vomit on the head of the child who utters it. Here's the thing - I don't assign work because I enjoy spending hours after school copying worksheets, or because I love spending my weekends indoors alone grading them. I assign work to help my students improve their knowledge or skills in some area. So if the students are not putting forth their best effort with each assignment, they are completely negating everything I hope ...

    Terminal B

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jun 28, 2014

    ... confrontations, but I wonder...

    I'm really hoping I sleep through most of this flight. That would be awesome. Normally I never sleep on flights because they're so uncomfortable, but this year I got a great seat on the aisle in the front row. So I have ALL the leg room. Hopefully I'll be able to catch a few Zs so I'm not completely incoherent tomorrow.

    The man next to me has two ...

    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 ...

    1833. Meeting a Stereotypical West Virginian

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 24, 2014

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    Day 326 7 hrs, 14 kms The time has come to bid farewell to the Appalachian Trail--perhaps for the last time on the southern leg of my Appalachian Superhike. I'm reluctant to say goodbye to this endless quiet stroll through the woods, but it looks like the Shenadoah Valley is going to be more suitable for discovering Southern culture... there are very few towns near the Appalachian Trail for hundreds of miles. So I'm now going to veer about 13 miles to the west to ...

    Ode to Blockbuster

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Oct 05, 2013

    ... to the side, as we perused dozens and dozens of the classic films. We used to love picking up the sample boxes, reading the summaries, or just looking at the movies, all kinds of movies - dramas, action thrillers, comedies, good movies, bad movies, movies we'd already seen, movies we wanted to see, movies we knew we would probably never watch but were curious about. We would reminisce about films we'd already seen - "Oh my gosh! Remember this ...