Hampton Inn Winfield/Teays Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Winfield/Teays Valley Hurricane
Travel Blogs from Hurricane
... Elena's hung in a it longer before joining Mia's at the boat cometary. Pappy was the victor as he made it way down stream. We ended the day roasting hot dogs and making s'mores and having some fun with sparklers. We taught Elena how to play Racko and she caught on immediately and proceeded to win most of the time. Today is Sunday and we are in route to Lexington, Ky to stay 3 days at the Kentucky Horse ...
... until we got to Charleston where we had to switch highways. Just as we entered town the sky opened up and it poured. We could barely see the road but there was no place to pull over. Fortunately everyone else was barely moving too, so we managed to get through and on to the right highway.
Tonight we are in Huntington, WV on the ...
... chips and apples - yea! Were only there 13 minutes and I took off driving. Drove just a bit and Jerry saw a sign for gas at $2.85 at a Pilot so we stopped there and filled up the RV and the car. Tracked the mileage and we got 7.13 this time. While we were there Jerry tried to start the car and the battery was dead yet again. Think we will be getting either a battery charger or a battery disconnect soon. Although I said ...
... bluegrass festivals and Blue ridge Mountain music.
Jim and I decided that we needed to mix with some real people so after asking around we got a referral to the “Turn One Sports Bar”. The first thing we noticed was that everybody drinks Bud-Lite and the TV’s are tuned to Monster Trucks, football and NASCAR. We sat up at the bar and struck up a conversation with Beau & Bubba, two regulars ...
... the herds to pick out their buck.
To get here, we took all the back roads along Hwy’s 129, 39 & 60 – what a ride!!!! And, June’s favorite – full of curves, 9 % grades, extreme drop-offs, overhanging rocks and hair-pin turns but very scenic. It seems like there is an unincorporated town or coal mining operation every couple miles along the wide Kanawha ...