Motel 6 Hagerstown

11321 Massey Boulevard, Hagerstown, Maryland, 21740, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 11321 Massey Boulevard, Hagerstown, is near Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park and Great Eastern Trail.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Hagerstown

Reviewed by yellowcola

8/5 @Motel 6 near Hagerstown

Reviewed Aug 6, 2011
by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

I stayed in this motel for a night before I drove to Skyline Drive the next day.
- Location: It's located near a large mall. So you got Target if you need to buy some grocery stuff.
- Facilities: The room is quite motel standard: It's not dirty but everything looks old. There's washing machine for laundry.
- Service: The staff there is nice enough. The Wifi is not free ($2.99/day), but its quality is much better than free ones in some hotels I stayed. They offer free coffee in the morning.

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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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... straightforward set of sample characters.

Chapter 6: Gear (189-250) - Covers the basics of equipment. Includes detailed rules for creating weapons and various types of equipment as well as some examples of pre-made equipment. As the page count would suggest, it is very comprehensive. There are rules for creating Weapons, Sleeves (i.e. artificial bio or cyber bodies), Augmentations (again, for both Bio and Cyber bodies), Drones ...

Post-visit: the Covered Bridge

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 24, 2014

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... to the town? (I know it's a stereotype, but I think of Democrats as being more latte and croissant... while Republicans being more eggs, bacon and home fries...) Like Chambersburg, Greencastle has a major railway, which is elevated as it slices through the town center. In Chambersburg, every street has a full size underpass--thus allowing the town to expand evenly on both sides of the track and keep a ...

1828. A Time for Reflection

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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... in politics or the war. Many of them were plain folks (Mennonites) who were pacifists... but they paid a high price" We go on to talk about the modern day. His daughter (whose husband is in the foreign service) was just evacuated from Liberia due to the risk of Ebola... Nice to meet an American who travels and knows about what's going on in the rest of the ...

1827. The Bloodiest Day in American History

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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... have and will escape during the war. He went on to explain more about the battle. Ironically, America's most bloody battle was quite gentlemanly in many ways. Not a single civilian was killed. After fighting a while, they agreed to a ceasefire so each side could tend to its dead and wounded. And then, one of the most bizarre stories of the war: Stonewall Jackson, a Southern general had just capture the garrison at Harper's Ferry where 12,000 Union soldiers surrendered. ...

Post-visit Hagerstown: A City Divided

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 08, 2014

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... can find. It's time for service at the Lutheran church, but I look inside and no one's there...

Then there's a Catholic church. At first think I'll pass it up--as I've visited so many Catholic churches in Europe and Latin America... but then I think it would be interested in seeing the difference between American Catholicism and European, so I head inside.

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