The Inn at Lost River

Address: 7015 State Road 259, Lost River, West Virginia, 26810, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 7015 State Road 259, Lost River.
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      Shenandoah State Park

      A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Sep 08, 2014

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      ... enjoyed the trails. The scenery of mountains is nice for us Florida folks. Also the cooler weather at night is welcomed.

      Hopefully we will have the internet at our next stop and not have to go to the visitor center to get our fix.

      Just a few more pictures and remember Life is Good!!



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      Made it to Bentonville, Virginia

      A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Sep 05, 2014

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      We spent another day in Harrisburg as I was feeling under the weather. But the next morning I was feeling well enough to make it to Shenandoah State Park in Bentonville, Va. It was only a 150 miles and we are now enjoying the state park. Bentonville is close to Front Royal, Va., the start of the Skyline Drive in the Shenandoah National Park.

      The campground is very nice but doesn't have wifi:(( and no TV:)) but Suzanne and I have been reading a lot. I can ...

      Shenandoah NP - last one… maybe?

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 29, 2014

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      Day 1: it is a very long trip here and Hinesh is nice enough to do all of it today. We drive for over 10 hours. And for the last 16 miles the GPS takes us to a windy back road that adds about 30 mins to the trip. We are even stopped by local cops who are doing a licence check. They didn't even blink at Hinesh’s UK licence. We only have energy to find a hotel (Best Western) and grab dinner of a veggie pizza across the way from the hotel before we crash.

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      From Newspring to Woodstock

      A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... some smaller roads which are much more enjoyable in an RV. My nerves don't do well with the big trucks. There is just not enough room between us!
      Our destination was Faber, Virginia at the DelFosse Winery. We learned about the vineyard through a cool website Tommy found called Harvesthosts.com. There are farms, vineyards, and other venues on the website that allow RVers to stay overnight. This would ...

      1839. A Good Stopping Point

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 04, 2014

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      ... from the clutches of the routine of life and chase after our dreams. A few months later I took a month off work to wander around India... a few months after that I took another couple weeks to travel from Mexico to Panama and back... and have been traveling on and off ever since.

      So Woodstock has a symbolic meaning for me. Here is where it all started. And now, hiking from Chambersburg to Woodstock on foot has a ...