Hampton Inn Charleston - Southridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... DUUH!!!! Talked to a fellow camper in Memphis and he said yeh if you don't overdo your lights and such your furnace should run for a day or so on the battery. So it looks like we didn't have to freeze after all. Lesson learned.
Day two, a few obstacles but still a successful day as we were much farther South than we anticipated. Better for tomorrow as our drive to Nashville, our next stop, will be an easy ...
... largest city in West Virginia. Charleston does not have any major professional sports team, but it does have a minor league baseball and basketball team.
Next stop = Columbus, OH
Distance from Charleston= 162 miles
Distance from SHE = 804 ...
Two hours into our trip...and BANG...a rock hits our windshield! This is my first windshield crack in 10+ years in my faithful car (affectionately named "Justin"....don't laugh). Unfortunately it is a large enough crack that we have to replace the windshield in Chicago on Wednesday!! But if this is our first test as husband and wife...we can handle it!! Bring it on honeymoon trip - we are ready for anything...I married an Eagle Scout for a ...
... We slept in a Walmart parking lot in the front seats of my lil subaru. Not the best accommodations but it did the trick and it was completely free! Thanks Walmart! (Never thought I'd say that...)
Oh yea! I almost forgot. We drove through a town called Shartlesville and stopped there to get gas! PFFFT! ;)
... get anything done when it is so hot and muggy. Karen Oh the joy of driving on the back roads again. Of the two hundred or so miles we traveled today about half was really fun to drive. The other half was through congested towns, traffic lights, traffic, and suburbia. I'm still trying to decide if the fun of driving the twisty roads was worth the frustration of the frequent congestion. I've decided that Kentucky and West Virginia are saving millions of ...