Fairfield Inn & Suites Cumberland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... leaving DC, we visited the Fords Theatre, where John Wilkes Booth shot Lincoln. It was strange seeing where it all happened, including where Lincoln died. It was time to say goodbye to Washington - albeit a quick visit, but we really enjoyed our time. We experienced some real American history, and along the way sampled some more good American food :-D As I write this, we are now en route to Chicago, on a 17 hour train ride on the Amtrak. We have eaten in ...
... walked to Trusty's, the bar in which we first kissed with an upstairs bar made out of a school bus. Heaven, gregarious as usual, made friends with everyone in sight and soon we had a lively crowd drinking yuengling and playing jenga together. Spent the night with our dear friends Bethany and Maggie, and then went to an historic tavern in the Eastern Market area where we always ate brunch, ...
... the windshield wipers … and I thought I’d never get there.
However, by the time I crossed the Mason-Dixon line into Maryland, the sky had cleared although it was still windy. I turned east along an interstate highway, I was done with secondary roads for the day, and within 15 minutes had arrived at Rocky Gap State Park. I checked in, found my campsite, tried to find a level spot (finally had to bring out the blocks) and hunkered down for the night. ...
... in a compromised design that wasn't as impressive or very functional. On our way out we had a quick look at the township of Ohiopyle which has transformed itself from humble industrial beginnings to focus on outdoor sports based around its spectacular surrounds, such as the river gorge that runs through town. That night we had another very nice dinner and the next morning we took the opportunity to walk one of the trails the lodge had established through the forest before we left for ...
... fools flailing around on easy ****... I was determined to get up this one route and fell pretty hard/far and got a huge gash on my leg that left a pretty deep scar. Once we had enough we decided to peace out and meet up with everyone else. When we arrived everyone was "recovering" in their 4 hammocks, strung up over the fire put in a perfectly shaded area. #2 Matt and myself decided to joing the hungover hammock party stacking them up.