Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Charleston South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... actually very large, spacious, and almost brand new. Or at least immaculately maintained. We were led to the rear bar area, and explained that we did not wish to eat right now, just wanted a beer or two. No problem, the very amiable bartender served us the first two, and also brought out some corn chips with two bowls of salsa dip. Gratis of course. Sat there just watching the Little League World Series baseball on telly. Speaking of baseball, brought back a few memories of my ...
... DUUH!!!! Talked to a fellow camper in Memphis and he said yeh if you don't overdo your lights and such your furnace should run for a day or so on the battery. So it looks like we didn't have to freeze after all. Lesson learned.
Day two, a few obstacles but still a successful day as we were much farther South than we anticipated. Better for tomorrow as our drive to Nashville, our next stop, will be an easy ...
... largest city in West Virginia. Charleston does not have any major professional sports team, but it does have a minor league baseball and basketball team.
Next stop = Columbus, OH
Distance from Charleston= 162 miles
Distance from SHE = 804 ...
... Very deep and long.
Saddle Lookout – The lookout itself straddles a mountain range and provides two very different scenic views. The view on one side consists of a deep canyon, heavily treed and very hilly. The other side has Buffalo Mountain in the background with rolling hills, cattle grazing on luscious green grass and small farms in the distance.
Mabry Mill – The most picturesque spot on the entire Parkway. This old Grist ...
· Several feuds were ignited (in the 1800’s) when state officials awarded large land masses to Civil War veterans and politically connected land speculators. The existing settlers and farmers fought back but most of them lost and were pushed even farther into the hills.
· Coal was discovered in the 1930’s and is now the major employer in the region. There is also a ...