Quality Inn Washington Court House
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Washington Court House Jeffersonville
This must be the oldest quality inn I have ever stayed at, the beds and comforters feels like there dated back in the 1960's
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Spending a couple of days to see my relatives on my mom's side.
Earl Wall (uncle)
Alice Wall (aunt)
Jimmy Wall (cousin)
Steven Wall (cousin)
Had a very nice lunch and dinner with them. Lots of fun telling old stories.
... the airport by Mac which seemed to make her day since she had the stress of traveling internationally by herself today.
We want to thank the TVHS teachers who organized the school part of our travel and our German hosts Ralph and Nicole Peter, Finnish hosts Mia and Rauno Mellin and our Norwegian hosts Tone Langseth-Luth and Svein ...
... section of housing at this site. A large mound where not only burial remains but a number of pearls and linen were found here. Some have theorized that at least one of the families that lived here had a higher status in the community, although there is no evidence of that in the housing area.
Had a lovely conversation with a bob-white while walking to the mound, around the rest of the site and back to ...
... coexistence occurred. (Had hoped to see one of the communities, but it wasn't open). Also read about the colonists using small pox as a weapon against the Indians, who had no immunity to the disease. Colonists would give "gifts" of blankets infected by the disease to a community and wait for the virus to decimate the Indian families.
Still amazed at the some of the detail that can be seen in some of the earliest artwork and tools from these communities. ...
... looks like for them, but there were a good number there that morning - they had to keep adding chairs. Friendly congregation with a mug and a brochure for each of there visitors. The rest of the day we napped, read, and tried to map out the other sites in the area.
Monday started off slow as we discovered that two of the places we wanted to visit were closed that day - one would be open on Tuesday, the other not until Thursday (after we had moved ...