Holiday Inn Express Hurricane
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... in his room so Wright made a small desk. Mr. Kaufmann said he needed a bigger desk. Wright said no. Mr. Kaufmann said he needed a big desk in order to write a big check. So Wright designed this desk with a cut-out so the window could still open.
If I had to choose between a Newport "summer cottage" and this "cottage", this one would win, hands down. The interior photos were stolen off ...
... no electricity, no heat, we get in the trailer, put on all the blankets we had on the bed and sneak in there to try to sleep. Temperature? You don't want to know! Update!!! Well it seems that we have a few things to learn yet about this trailer. After spending a freezing cold night in the trailer, my son asks me; "Doesn't the furnace run on 12 volts Dad" "Uh I don't know I reply". So I read the manual and guess what, ...
... gadgets. About 6:00 I decided to check it and wow - it was done! Instead of the spaghetti we were planning to have we had roast, creamed (chopped) potatoes, left over veggies (cabbage, peas, mushrooms, onion and peppers). It was one of the best meals we've had on this trip. Becuse of the rain we haven't been able to grill so that has changed some of our menus.
On to bed with a couple of blankets and a good nights ...
... s ever been. She said, “I think I was in Tennessee once” – it’s an hour away!!!!!
Shot Tower – Built on the escarpment of New River more than 150 years ago to make shot & musket balls, the concept was fairly simple. Lead was melted in a kettle atop the 75-foot tower and poured through a sieve causing it to form into balls. To solidify these molten balls, they had to fall 150ft (75ft was through a shaft beneath ...
... eventually runs through Charleston. The city is about ½ mile wide but 23 miles long (the core is about 6 miles wide). Surprisingly, the river is fairly busy with coal hauling tug/barge traffic. The shoreline is lined with very nice homes, marina’s and strolling parks but the city is old – very few high-rises, old brick buildings, rusty steel Quonsets and narrow streets. There are no new ...