Americas Best Value Inn - Charles Town

Address: 807 Willow Spring Drive, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 807 Willow Spring Drive, Charles Town, is near Charles Town Races & Slots, Appalachian Trail Conference Headquarters, Locust Hill Golf Course, and Beall Air.
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    Travel Blogs from Charles Town

    Why Oxbridge needs a boat

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jun 08, 2015

    ... ll provide an analogy to try and put this in perspective for you: Imagine your favorite sports team from your favorite sport. Now imagine that this particular sport (regardless of what it is) has a World Championship. Now imagine that your favorite team makes it to the World Championship, and you are able to get front row tickets to the game. You might have a mild understanding now of my excitement for this play. The problem is that the ...

    Back home and some takeaways

    A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Dec 08, 2014

    ... I also learned what kind of photographer I am. I almost prefer to be a situational photographer and take pictures in the moment. I took a bunch of photos of Richard when he wasn't expecting it and they turned out to be some of the best photos of the trip. I also realized that I need to pay more attention to the lighting. Unfortunately I was making the same mistake in a lot of my photos and noticed that the ...

    DAY 23 - WASHINGTON DC - UNITED KINGDOM

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... s a certain degree of melancholy that comes with the journey home from a holiday. You haven't got the excitement that makes the outbound trip so bearable. But we have a lot to be happy about. We have both had the most amazing time of our lives. We have travelled places we never thought we'd go, see sights we never thought we'd see, and done things we never thought we'd do. There simply isn't the time to list the highlights, ...

    Time

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jun 23, 2014

    ... So why is it that we have such difficulty using our time wisely? How many people look back and say, "Oh I wish I had done this" or "I should have spent more time on that." Or "I wish I'd spent more time with him/her." That's the worst feeling - having ample time to spend with people, but wasting it rather than taking advantage of their time while they have it. Why is it that we only recognize how precious our time is when it is almost gone...or ...

    Spontaneity!!!!

    A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 05, 2014

    6 comments, 6 photos

    ... similar to those of the coastal Virginia.

    In essence, colonially, the English took the coast (Richmond, Norfolk, Lancaster etc) where tobacco etc was grown, the Germans got the rolling hill farmland (Harrisonburg, Blacksburg, Strasburg) and the Scots and Irish got the Blue Ridge Mountains (Harpers Ferry, Buckannon, Waterford). The English had the plantations, Germans Farms and Scots/Irish not much other than coal ...