Motel M Lewisburg

107 West Fair Street, Lewisburg, West Virginia, 24901, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 107 West Fair Street, Lewisburg, is near Lost World Caverns, Organ Cave, and Carnegie Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Lewisburg

Coolest Small Town

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Oct 16, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

It didn't take us long to reach the conclusion that West Virginia is highly underrated! Here we saw the best fall colors of the trip, as well as lots of beautiful small towns and historic sites. I first read about Lewisburg, WV in a Nat Geo book called Small Town Escapes. It's a quaint, artsy little town in a region known more for poverty. They even have their own "Carnegie Hall," which ...

Staying in the Mariott....

A travel blog entry by waynetwigg on Nov 09, 2012

Leaving the Days Inn in Luray was easy....Back to the remaining 80 miles of skyline drive. Linda's infection was not getting better and she was starting to look like death warmed up....but still wanted to continue on the scenic route -much to the horror of the kids who were tired of the car by now. Thankfully, the Chrysler Town & Country comes with a DVD player and two screens, ...

Cranberry Creek

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Oct 23, 2011

3 photos

Today we got up and packed up our things from the cabin and loaded the cars. We stopped to pay for our nights at Ray's Campground then headed over to the New River Exxon to fill up and check the gauges.

The New river had risen further over night to over 2 foot and the Cranberry Creek was holding at 3.03 ft, it was a little below the recommend level but we decided to run that since I had never done that creek before. George assured me that ...

Why I Loved Diva Camp...

A travel blog entry by hsb on Oct 16, 2011

2 comments, 11 photos

I have become passionate, over the years, about sports that involve variations in altitude or depth, and that are not confined to a measured field or arena. Forget flat-terrain, line-confined sports like baseball, tennis, hockey - nothing wrong with those sports, but they don't appeal as much to my increasing passion for the great outdoors.

Scuba-diving and mountain climbing have allowed me to go deep, and to reach for the sky, if you'll pardon the easy puns. ...

And we have arrived...

A travel blog entry by hsb on Oct 11, 2011

1 comment

... at Diva Camp.

Pulled into Wilderness Adventures around 4pm. Saw Shauna! Met Kelly, saw Chad and Tom! Great to be re-united.

Got settled in, met Leslie and Janus who had arrived from Alaska. Dinner with the gang - great food...!

So excited to be here.
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