Comfort Inn Barboursville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... newest place in downtown Huntington. It ended up a not so bad detour as we saw some neat churches and old homes, and drove past Marshall University - the school that lost their football team in a plane crash several years ago.
The following excerpts come from Wikipedia: On the evening of November 14, 1970, the Thundering Herd football team, along with coaches and fans, was returning home to Huntington from Kinston, North Carolina when ...
... Food! Lunch buffet was 7.95 each, including salad and dessert! eat your heart out all those places that charge you $6.99 for a measly sandwich.
Tonight will be the last night in the RV, and tomorrow we get to sleep in a real bed again. My back is very grateful for this thought.
Last leg is 337 miles. See y ' all tomorrow ...
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:)
... the most intriguing part was learning about its history.
Our last duty in Kentucky was to take Wren out Trick-or-Treating for Halloween. We ended up in Park City, KY, which was the closest town to where we stayed. She dressed up as a zombie gypsy (the gypsy part being a nod to our nomadic journey). There was just enough house-to-house candy action to make her happy. I like how you can go to any city in America on Halloween, give your kid a bucket, and ...