Econo Lodge Near Bluefield College
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... west viginia through picturesque farmland and we stopped off at a surprise - a local had made an exact replica of Stonehenge made out of polystyrene foam - foamhenge. One of the perks of doing a trek is the little locally known things that I wouldn't have known about if I was treking alone :) We then arrived at our next campsite - adventures at the gorge. Here we went whitewater rafting! 2 hours of watery fun! One point our instructor told us we could jump out and swim ...
... be a Dunkin' Donuts (recommended on Yelp--tells you something about the range of restaurants in Beckley!). It is now some generic donut shop and the donut was inedible (REALLY stale!) and the coffee undrinkable. We were having a bad day!
The coal mine tour, though pricey, was quite interesting however . They take you down into the mine in a little train and give you a very thorough picture of what it was like to be a miner in the first decade of the ...
... up by then, we'll try again tomorrow.
Instead of going to the ballgame, we spent the evening at WalMart and the Dollar Tree looking for rain ponchos. We are scheduled for a 4-hour ATV tour tomorrow morning, and it will go even if there are thunderstorms, which are predicted. We, of course, brought everything we could possibly need (and then some) except rain gear. Umbrellas will not be useful on an ATV, ...
We are six days from completing our cross country cycle trip and folks can't wait to finish. The recent days have been long and hard and everyone is in top physical condition so it should be a cakewalk. Well, that is not life and 65 miles each day IS a challenge. Today was 75 for most of us. Nevertheless, today started with a ...
... elegantly and impeccably decorated it remains a warm and cozy family home. Grace had a vast knowledge about the history of the home. She then led us to the Capitol building, constructed during 1925-35, where we toured both houses of Congress, the Senate and the House of Delegates. Interestingly enough, they are only in session from January through March.
After our tours we returned to the Museum, where we met ...