Ramada Plaza Hagerstown

1718 Underpass Way, Hagerstown, Maryland, 21740, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1718 Underpass Way, Hagerstown, is near Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park 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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    ... t work for an economy with nanofactories ... there's no scarcity ... though I am not at all convinced that the idea he comes up with (used in some other books and games as well, though rather better developed here) of a "Reputation Based Economy' makes any more sense ... still, it seems internally consistent and would work well enough in the game world.

    Chapter 3: Agendas (75-96) - This Chapter covers the major players in ...

    Post-visit: the Covered Bridge

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 24, 2014

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    Day 335 6 hrs, 12.8 kms Greencastle is the in between town--never quite achieving the status of its neighbors Chambersburg (to the north) or Hagerstown to the south). A small town core... a couple of industries around it--but no mall... no Walmart (something to be ashamed of?). But it does have some nice Victorian houses--and I spot more cafes than diners in the town core... perhaps that suggests a bit more ...

    1828. A Time for Reflection

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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    3 hrs 6.1 kms Day Totals 12 hrs, 24.1 kms I continue on the east. I pause at an old house turned visitor's center, where an older volunteer park worker is eager for a chat. He tells me about how, people like the residents of this house lost their harvest and suffered after the war--eventually having their house repossed. "People in these parts were simple farmers--they had ...

    1827. The Bloodiest Day in American History

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... a new twist to the war: officially declaring the slaves in the South free. I used to think that the Emancipation Proclamation was all about freeing the slaves, which it wasn't--if Lincoln really wanted to free the slaves, he would've started by freeing the slaves in the border states. Later I thought this was just blatant hypocrisy. But as this park ranger explains, it was about giving the South an ultimatum: either surrender now, or you're not going to get back any of the ...

    Post-visit Hagerstown: A City Divided

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 08, 2014

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    ... about making this fellow my role model though... A man from an oppressed minority fighting a white man's war against another oppressed minority...

    Going to church... twice

    Back in downtown, I decide to walk up and down all the main streets to fully explore the city center. There aren't too many full size cities on my Applachian Superhike, so I might as well thoroughly enjoy the ones I've got.

    Downtown Hagerstown does have some nice architecture, but it's ...