Best Western Huntington Mall Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Rode into West Virginia today. Blows my mind that this is the second to last state we cycle through before hitting Washington DC. Its been a great trip and I'm excited to finish strong. We had a great arrival today into city hall and then another fun friendship visit with mountain state center for independent living. Met a lot of ...
... and high winds for the afternoon. The winds were starting to pick up just before we arrived, and continued to build for the rest of the afternoon, then around 9pm, the wind really got going and the rain did too. We got a pretty good drenching, but luckily, no hail or damaging winds.
We thought about driving down to Hinton, WV today to do some searching in the County Records Office for some data about my Dad and more importantly, my ...
We topped a further 300 miles today. Having made the definite decision to buy fireworks , when we finally found a place it was of course closed!
After crossing the Ohio river into Louisville KY, and then on through Lexington,We stopped in Winchester, KY for lunch at the same place we had lunch 7years ago : The Cantuckee Diner. Talk about ...
Anxious to see Cousin Carol in Lexington Kentucky but delayed due to a disastrous accident that closed the highway. Highlight of the day was lunch at Hooters somewhere in West Virginia. What I forgot to say yesterday was that my dear dear Aunt Felice, whom I love very much, celebrated her 100th birthday. Love to you Aunt Felice:)
... burn tourists' names on the ceiling. Some of the names were burned backwards, because they used a mirror, LOL. And some of the letters were malformed, because some of the slaves were illiterate and had to form letters based on instructions from the guests. We heard that some of the slaves used this interaction to actually teach themselves how to read/write, which is pretty admirable.
Mammoth Cave was a great stop for us, and while the cave itself was massive ...