Holiday Inn Cumberland Downtown
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Hello! So our adventure has begun! We were on the road by 6:15 and I drove the first leg of 4 hours! We are making good time despite the early morning fog and a few construction areas where we had to slow down. We stopped at the Somerset rest stop for a stretch of the legs and to get a bottle of water and tastykake pie for breakfast out ...
Mom and I arrived home at 3 am, after enjoying a ride through tunnels on the turn pike, a glowing star in the night and a ridiculously slow driver.
Even though my trip north was only a week, I was home again, finally, after two months of travels. My plants rejoiced and I was happy to be home.
I arrived home, just in time to leave. But fortunately I had the opportunity to see some beautiful plants and an amazing sunset before my departure north.
Took an adventure out to swallow falls and had a hard cider at Mountain State while a dark blue cloud hung over the deep green mountains and the sun peaked through the edge of the clouds and the trough of the mountains painting the whole world pink.
My mom arrived late in the evening, just as I was going to bed.
We stopped at 4 different hotels, none had any vacancy as we learned that because of some events going on, the entire area was probably all booked up. Deena and I both agreed, we were all too eager to get out of this town anyway. We decided our next best city where we would surely find some hotel options was Morgantown, WV. So, we left Washington with a careful eye on our speed at all times (and Tim was still quite...umm...shall we say disenchanted ...
We were all thrilled to finally get to the Eastern Divide, and enjoyed the downhill ride on the other side! We still had to ride another 40 miles, but it was definitely at a faster pace than the first 24. We stayed at a Corp of Engineers ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility