Travel Blogs from Athens
... the incorporation of the Athens Block in some of the pieces. Not to mention that I have a soft spot for using textiles as a medium. The following links will take you to the websites of some of the artists from the exhibition:
Liz Alpert Fay
Anna Baddeley Keister
Art seems to pop up in the most interesting places, such as in the underpass as pictured.
And the last road side stop. The hot dog museum at o Betty's red hot dog and sausages. Lots of burlesque memorabilia here. Interesting hole in the wall place located in Ohio states college town. Brandon is now 3 1/2 for 5. Good job. Almost home and route 50 seems just a bit less ...
... and I definitely had Dairy Queen on my mind. I rode through about 3 towns and then got to Chillicothe and still didn't see a single one. I was disappointed but my hopes hadn't disappeared. So I pushed on with high hopes of finding one in Athens. The ride to Athens got a little bit more hilly and the heat got more intense along with the humidity. ...
New River Gorge National River
This national treasure is worth the trip, even if it is a few extra miles. The views are incredible, and the history is interesting. You cannot appreciate the bridge until you have seen it from either the park or even better, from the boardwalk.
A rugged, white water river, flowing northward through ...
By the time we got back to town the rain had let up a bit, so we took a short stroll around Parkersburg's Julia-Ann Square historic district and looked at the Queen Anne and other Victorian-style houses before heading down to Charleston to get my State-Capitol fix.
Charleston is a big industrial city but has some lovely corners. The original downtown has been ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking