La Quinta Inn & Suites Summersville
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... population of 9000 people (small by their standards). There are many Motels though, as the town is a tourist destination celebrating the "Battle of Gettysburg", which was a Civil War battle. The town is now famous as a place where they have inter-active re-enactments. People dress up in military uniforms of the times, and play roles from the battle. There are also lots of souvenir shops selling all sorts ...
Slept in until after 7am. Headed to the original Bob Evans restaurant at homestead and ranch in Rio Grande, Ohio. I had a problem with the bike - all the electrical went out in the front, so while we were waiting for our food, I went out and took my seat off to see if anything looked out of place, and it did, so apparently I fixed it since I didn't have any problems the rest of the day! Susanne planned a ...
... to see us driving on the left hand road shoulder as we were passing a truck which had decided it was going to pass another truck but we were in the lane. The one beside us had its hazard lights on to indicate it was slow moving and this affected its indicators so it may have thought it was indicating to come out in to our lane but we could not tell. Luckily there was enough room to get past and we also had the power to get in front.
Highway I 64 is ...
... much did Ruby and Ben in. But the way back barely required pedaling, and it was a nice reward for the hard work of the first pass. Following our ride we had lunch and then did a short tour of Thurmond. The train depot now serves as the visitor center, and a few original building of the town still remain. Trains still run there, and the post office closed as recently as 1995. It was a bit spooky to try to ...
... by the National Park Service. That's right--the National Parks are operating again!! This was excellent timing. The New River was designated a National River in 1978, and there are four visitor centers along the Gorge. They showed a good film about the history and geology of the area, and a park volunteer gave us some great advice on where to park and how to negotiate the big crowds tomorrow on Bridge Day.