Comfort Inn Harlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... or replace their old
shotgun shacks with more modern doublewides in trailer parks.
Cumberland Gap is the spot where Virginia, Kentucky, and
Tennessee meet and represents a lower notch or gap in the Cumberland Range which
was easiest place for about 300,000 early settlers to cross the Appalachians to
the American frontier between 1775 and 1810 on the so-called Wilderness Road
from the Shenandoah Valley. ...
... to stay in a cabin at camp and thank god I was one of them. It was absolutely freezing when we arrived at 6pm! After a few failed attempts we managed to get the campfire going and enjoyed smores over the fire (toasted marshmallows, chocolate and honey maid crackers) Next stop Washington D.C ...
Shenandoah National park was the main attraction here. We had a nice lunch of the daily sandwich, and I have become quite an expert in assembly of a great man-wich! We then had a little walk and some nice pictures were taken. Over to camp for a speedy tent assembly, got pretty quick at it, then had some tea. We couldn't get a fire going as the fire-wood they gave us was wet! Didn't stop us having a chat in the ...
After this we decided to head off to our next location and as we were driving we spotted a shopping outlet centre. For once I didnt need to sweet talk Simon into shopping! We browsed through the shops and left with 3 pair of trainers and for the surprise of centry Simon had the most pair of shoes!! We then checked into a motel and headed out for some delicious dinner before settling in for a good night ...
... pinnacle where you have a view of Virginia, Kentucky, and Virginia, and the point where the states of Virginia, Mississippi, and Kentucky come together. After we took some cool pictures here, we went to the pinnacle. The pinnacle was just a place where could look over the town and everything else around here. When we were done we went back to ...