Tari's Premier Cafe and Inn

Address: 33 North Washington Street, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, 25411, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 33 North Washington Street, Berkeley Springs, is near Berkeley Springs State Park, Atasia, The Bath House, and Star Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Berkeley Springs

    6 states today!

    A travel blog entry by boylefamily on May 25, 2015

    14 photos

    ... of the factory and all got a free chocolate afterwards...a new caramel one. Yum! We finally made it to New York, via the Newark airport (don't ask). Our hotel is nice! We went for a stroll down to the park slope area of Brooklyn and ate some yummy pizza and baked ziti! We were all tired and finally fell asleep. Looking forward to our NYC adventure ...

    Almost Heaven....

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 18, 2015

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... 160; The temperature was 53 when I got up at 6 and still 53 at 11am with a high of 57 with periodic raining which it has been doing since early morning.  We headed into Martinsburg to a few antique stores then decided to head up the road a few miles to Williamsport, MD.  The Antique store was no longer there but we noticed a National Park sign at the edge of the bridge for the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.  What a surprise….There was a very ...

    Battles, Memorials and Feeding the Hungry

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 28, 2014

    20 photos

    ... us were wandering around looking at the sculptures and being impressed by the memorials.

    Our final destination in D.C. was the D.C. Central Kitchen. The kitchen serves meals to up to 5,000 people a day in the summer, and the amount can double during the winter months. The kitchen sits beneath a 3,000 bed homeless shelter. The first person we met was Chef Mike who was in charge of the kitchen. He first told us about himself ...

    1832. A Swim in the Shenadoah

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 11, 2014

    15 photos

    ... a few seconds. But no, the water is just refreshingly cool and the current just right to give you a soothing massage as you lie on your back, propping your feet against the rocks. There are some spots where it's deep enough to swim--barely. I feel like I could just chill here for a long, long time.

    Seeing folks pass by on rafts makes me a little jealous.... maybe another time...

    Finally we reluctantly get out and continue on our way. It's almost 6 pm and we've still got ...

    1829. The Original Housing Crisis

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 04, 2014

    14 photos

    ... our first president.
    My expectations are pretty low for this one--but I decide to make a detour to take a look. I follow a road to a parking lot and museum with a footpath up to monument at the top of the ridge. Nah... the monument won't be winning any awards. It looks like a giant milk jug made out of uncut stone--something that could've been built during the stone age... No great engineering feat here.
    There is a nice view of ...