Super 8 Joppa

Address: 1015 Pulaski Highway, Joppa, Maryland, 21085, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 1015 Pulaski Highway, Joppa, is near Sherwood Gardens, Jerusalem Mill and Village, and Ultimate Watersports.
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    Travel Blogs from Joppa

    I CAN'T BELIEVE WE MADE IT

    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    The first thing I did this morning was go outside and take pictures of the garden. This is such a beautiful time of year. The irises, bearded, Siberian and Japanese along with the native daisies and a few giant allium make a glorious display along the edge of creek, the azaleas are in their glory and the first of the old-fashioned roses have bloomed. We will miss the peonies though--only Scarlett O'Hara has bloomed so far.

    That was ages ago, I can't believe we are finally at ...

    Pasadena, Maryland

    A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Sep 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the gate keeper allowed us thru without having to pay. It was quite windy and the bay was huge and we saw the big 'scot ' bridge over to Baltimore. As we drove around we saw a family of deer running around. All being hungry, we went on our way to have dinner at 'Cheshire Crab' restaurant which is located along 'magothy river' & marina. It was a large place, with sports TV screens, but was not busy on a Tuesday night. Alex took us for a tour along the marina jetty. Our order ...

    Day 7 Haircut

    A travel blog entry by lilytylerbatt on Apr 30, 2014

    ... bus with a few doughnuts helping to pass the time. When we got back we facetimed Sarah's parents which was lovely and the first time I've actually ever spoken to them. They enjoyed hearing about what we'd been up to and asked me about my family and what I'm doing next year and stuff. We then attempted to cook a dinner of spaghetti Bolognese which Americans don't seem to be familiar with. It ...

    Chapter Three: Children

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 27, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... into the world of the child, and the experience has vastly changed my life. I eventually went from a substitute teacher to working as a one-to-one in a Special Education classroom. Since those initial days of struggle and learning, I have worked in every possible capacity in the field of early childhood education, including both public and private schools as well as the home and community settings. I have been a teacher, a teacher's assistant, a home tutor, a mentor ...

    Chapter One: The Flood

    A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 11, 2013

    8 photos

    ... once called "the reality check of a lifetime." On August 7, I am boarding a plane for Nepal, where I will volunteer for ten months at an orphanage in the Kathmandu valley. This will be the most expensive and elaborately planned trip of my thirty years on this earth, a trip that I fully expect to change my life, to turn my ridiculously narrow view of the world upside down onto itself in a terrified stupor. I want to do the impossible. I want ...