They are many miles away from any significant city. To get there you have to travel miles of winding narrow roads then onto several more miles of narrow dirt roads before you arrive
I am very familiar with Berkeley Springs. My non-golfing girlfriend and I go out to Berkeley Springs as a get away from it all retreat. We've done the mineral bath thing, got massages and stayed at Tari's Cafe at which I can highly reccomend the restaurant and the Sleep and Dine packages they offer. As for the castle I not only saw it, I toured it. The inside, all the rooms, I was even on the roof overlooking the town. They no longer give tours because of a few ownership changes and there are many stories of it being haunted. It's a shame because the tour was incredible.
Another landmark to visit is the Panorama Steak house on route 9 about a mile or so past the castle. Incredible prime rib: 18 ounces for the queen cut or 24 ounces for the king cut. Served with all the trimmings au jus, baked potato, freshly baked bread and garden salad. Directly accross from the steak house is the scenic overlook with the panoramic view of the valley, river and surrounding mountains. Many of the WVO participants make a point of stopping here for some pinnacle disc launching.
One of the guys I work with is wanting to try the game, hopefully I can talk him into stopping with me so I dont have to go play alone. From what Ive been told its not exactly a beginner course but I wont mention that to him till we are there
uNicedmeMan wrote:One of the guys I work with is wanting to try the game, hopefully I can talk him into stopping with me so I dont have to go play alone. From what Ive been told its not exactly a beginner course but I wont mention that to him till we are there
thats cold swel, he's gonna hate disc golf
they don't call it wap wap for nothin
it might take you all day to play the whippin' post
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