BEST WESTERN PLUS Caldwell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... s a barn that has been converted to a pool, and various sporting courts; this took up most of Saturday. I went with them to church on Sunday morning, and received a warm welcome for everyone that I was introduced to. I especially enjoyed listening to the children's choir (which Owen and Piper are a part of) in the service. After a trip to Wendy's for lunch on the way home, I then started ...
... collected some brochures and an Ohio state map and headed south to Moundsville where the burial mound is located. Not much thought went into the naming of that town. The mound is an ancient burial ground which was built by the prehistoric Adena people. We walked to the top to look over the town. The museum attached had some interesting artefacts and carries out archaeological and research activities.
Had lunch beside the Ohio River. Change of menu ...
... preserved, and the old freight railway station has been converted to a permanent indoor/outdoor market. Outside is a farmers' market, and there are several vendors on the inside, selling crafts and gourmet foods, and the Charleston Visitor Center has an outpost here as well.
From the market we walked down Capitol Avenue, using a map from the Visitor Center to identify ...
... with us and asked what he could do to help us. "Diet Coke would be nice." He soon returned with 4 bottles of same. Appropriately and serendipitously so, his name: Chris.
Why do we find all of these great people?
We find a motel near Phillipi, which has the last covered bridge on an American interstate, and begin washing clothes.
They do not rent rooms to local ...
We woke up to a super rainy day. We are in the Blennerhassett Hotel. The hotel is on the National Register of Historic Hotels. Food and accommodations are much beyond bike trip standards. It is very old and very beautiful. However, we are never good with rainout days. There are no stores near here. Scott needs peeling off the ceiling again. He goes to wander the downtown in the rain. I stay. ...