Comfort Suites Mineral Wells
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... problem resolved. Early night ensured, and after the usual cereal, toast and a cuppa from their version of the continental breakfast, we once again headed north. This time, with Steve at the wheel, tried to select an off interstate route by first setting the Garmin, and then driving back in the direction we had come yesterday, which was off the interstate. The trick worked, as we traversed some nice quiet country roads for a couple of hours before joining the Virginia Turnpike. ...
... 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 ...
Today was very very wet. It didn't start raining until I crossed the state line into West Virginia which was about 40 miles into my ride. Once it started raining I put my jacket on and hoped for it to stop. It didn't. After 10 minutes I was soaked from head to toe. Once I was in West Virginia I rode about 5 miles to a ...
The Blennerhassets were an aristocratic Irish family who bought the island and built the mansion around the turn of the 19th century. They lived there only a few years before becoming involved in a strange plot by Aaron Burr. Scholars nowadays believe Burr wanted to take over northern Mexico (present-day Texas) and start his own country. Although they were tried and ...
... and poorly spelled 'Keep Out' and 'Go Away' signs were everywhere. A 2.7 mile road that took nearly a full two hours
The 'road' dropped us onto Highway 57, a certain death trap. Our topo maps showed no logical way around it. Pull on the big boy panties and soldier on. We rode like madmen, exerting all our energy to gain speed and then dive off the road when we encountered ...