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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Had a bit of a lie in at Dansville and headed off South again around 11.00am on 30 July. The interstate travelled through more corn growing country as well as the odd sign for local wineries. Didn't see any vineyards though. It was enough of driving for one day around 5.00pm after leaving there, and found a budget hotel in downtown Gettysburg. Tariffs of $76 per night - standard double room, 3 stars, free ...
... down a local cop and he gave me directions. Susanne and I met up again at the hotel and walked across the street to Applebee's for dinner and a bite to eat, while waiting for Jessika to arrive from Ohio. A few drinks each and we stumbled back across the highway to the hotel. Tomorrow is a ride through the forest and my particular destination in mind is the Insane Asylum. I don't know if it is open on Sundays ...
... walk. The guide says he usually tells walkers lots of things as they walk across but it was too windy for us to hear so we just enjoyed the view. At times it was tricky to keep my balance and hold my arm still to take photos.
All too soon the walk was over (2 hours) and we were collected by the mini bus and taken back across the top of the bridge to our cars.
We than drove down the road to the old bridge which in fact is a new one to replace ...
Though we got a late start leaving Ohiopyle, by the time the battery was fixed, everyone was hungry. We stopped at a side of the road place called Joe's Hot Dogs and had a bite. Terrific! Finally arrived in Mt. Nebo WV and was pleasantly surprised at the beautiful campground Abe had picked out of the blue. Very quiet and clean, this campground has lots of stuff for the kids to do (though they remain on their ...
We left Charleston for a drive along the historic Midland Trail, otherwise known as US 60. A friend of Maggie's grew up in this area, so we had lots of tips from her, as well as a Midland Trail guidebook, on scenic and historic points along the trail. Our goal for Friday was Fayetteville, where US 19 crosses the New River on the longest arch bridge in the western hemisphere, the New River Gorge Bridge. Every year on the ...