Comfort Inn Harlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had a slide in. When we got to the campsite some of us went into the pool and had a slide competition. We would take it in turns to slide down doing different poses and then score them out of 10. The best slide had to be the one where 7 of us made a train that basically filled the slide! Many giggles were had!the slide then turned off which may or may not have had something to do with 7 grown ...
Southwesternmost Virginia seems like the true heart of
Appalachia along with eastern Kentucky and southern West Virginia, the declining
coal country that contains some of the poorest and most rapidly depopulating
counties in the country. To be honest, though, I’ve gradually found much of the
rural South to be looking significantly less hardscrabble than two or three
decades ago. Good new roads enable people ...
On our way to Washington D.C we drove through and made a quick stop overnight in the Appalachian Mountains. Just a short hike in to the woods we found ourselves at a beautiful view point, on a golf course! After advice from Katelin that the temperature would drop that night, most of ...
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 a gruelling climb up about 2000 feet of hills we reached the tri-state peak. This was a very exciting place in which three seperate states met, these were: kentucky, virginia and tennessee. We began playing round jumping state to state and bridging the gap between them.
After we made the descent we continued our trek along the wilderness trail. We reached a tricking waterfall and Simon being ...