Homewood Suites Hagerstown

1650 Pullman Lane, Hagerstown, Maryland, 21740, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1650 Pullman Lane, Hagerstown, is near Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Christian Heritage Museum, and Great Eastern Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Hagerstown

    Gencon Report #4

    A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... and Extra-Solar settlements as well as the main 'Persistent Virtualities' for the digitized personalities created from the original 'copy' ... often where they go after their body dies or is destroyed. There is also a short descriptive analysis of the sort of Tech left behind by Mimir and developed by the survivors.

    The interesting aspect of the Chapter, for an American author, is the acceptance of the fact that Capitalism ...

    Post-visit: the Covered Bridge

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... looks even more iconic in fall season... "Built in 1849" says a sign. Back then, bridges were built covered to protect them from the elements. Looks like a huge amount of work was put into it. It's a reminder that, once upon a time here in America, things were built to last. Makes me wonder... how many of the homes, buildings and bridges built now will still be standing--and considered beautiful 165 years from ...

    1828. A Time for Reflection

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... counts as an "interesting encounter"... I continue on, pausing for a ritual swim in Antietem Creek, then on to explore the one street town of Keedysville. This town does have a cohesive community feel, with its churches, houses with porches next to the street and 3 parks... but no shops of any sort... And with that, I head on down the road to Boonesboro, where I call it a ...

    1827. The Bloodiest Day in American History

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... Park Visitors center. Here there are quite a few visitors--mostly older. I sit in on a presentation in the observation room where you can gaze out to the fields and rolling hills where most of the battle was fought, on three sides The presentation is interesting, he explains how crucial this battle was. It seemed that the South needed just one more major victory, and the France and England might opt to back the Confederacy. The North needed a victory so that Lincoln ...

    Post-visit Hagerstown: A City Divided

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 08, 2014

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    ... bustle of the city center--and yet close enough so workers could walk to work. Too bad this concept didn't last.

    I hike up a ways, then head back south again, to a not so fancy, cramped neighborhood which was one of the original African American neighborhoods. Here there's a plaque to Othello Wilson, one of the first African Americans enlisted in the regular army. It goes on to tell of how he fought to suppress Indian uprising. If I were African American I'd kind of have ...