Magnuson Hotel on the Interstate
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TripAdvisor Reviews Magnuson Hotel on the Interstate Williamstown
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... to turn the TV off and go to sleep. It was well after midnight when I did finally sleep. In the morning, more of the story came out. The other TV stations were playing catch-up with their morning news casts. Ten was the only channel that had an evening news so theirs was an exclusive coverage. Later in the day, when with the walking girls, it was such a surreal feeling to be out in the bush away from all that.
We made a very slow start this morning ...
... Parkersburg and found a Dairy Queen. I took a break and then got back in the rain and rode towards Pennsboro. It was a gradual uphill ride all day and never seemed to go downhill. I was very happy to get off my bike when I got to Pennsboro. Tomorrow I will ride to Grafton which is about 60 miles. Today I rode 74 ...
... buildings. The original Capitol was here at one point, having been moved back and forth several times between Charleston and Wheeling. The last downtown Capitol building burned in 1921 and again in 1927.
The present Capitol complex was built by renowned architect Cass Gilbert, who liked the design so much he used part of it on the US Supreme Court building in DC. Also ...
... and poorly spelled 'Keep Out' and 'Go Away' signs were everywhere. A 2.7 mile road that took nearly a full two hours
The 'road' dropped us onto Highway 57, a certain death trap. Our topo maps showed no logical way around it. Pull on the big boy panties and soldier on. We rode like madmen, exerting all our energy to gain speed and then dive off the road when we encountered ...
... to an iPod and headed through the trees off the trail and into the woods. "Deliverance" strange.
We finally arrived in a town of Cairo. There was a little store open and a wonderful and informative lady running it. This was the first town on the trail to actually have signs and historical info. This trail is nothing like the Katy.
We rode just a little further to the North Bend Trail State Park. It is beautiful. We make ...