Berkeley Springs Motel

268 Wilkes Street, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, 25411, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 268 Wilkes 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

    Gencon Report #4

    A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... production values are awesome. The book is full colour on semi-gloss heavy paper stock, rather better quality paper than Eclipse Phase used and the artwork is high quality ... this is an example of a high quality Kickstarter campaign (those of you who don't regularly check out the Kickstarter website for new RPG and other gaming related proposals should).

    Chapter 1: Overview (5-24) - This chapter covers the history of the game ...

    First Day on the Road

    A travel blog entry by jamey_b on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... to see some actual stuff she kept in her office. Then I went hiking at Greenbrier State Park in Maryland (my tentative plan for this entire trip is to fit in a bit if exercise as often as possible along the way in state parks and yoga studios).

    My final stop was the Walmart Supercenter in Hagerstown, MD. Can you believe they've got 24 hour McDonalds' inside 24 hour Walmarts??... an "exploitation turducken" as a ...

    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 ...

    Post-visit: The Hunter Gatherer

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 21, 2014

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    ... And so I immediately find myself on a quiet farm road. No suburban sprawl. No industry. No random, sloppily built businesses. Just farms. I thought that this would be a really boring walk--but it actually gives me some good food for thought. See, over the last couple months I've found myself repeatedly griping about suburbs, commercial and industrial zones eating away at farmland. Now I have the chance to experience a stretch where farming still rules. It's a nice ...

    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 ...