Ramada Cumberland Downtown
Travel Blogs from Cumberland
... the Canal path which is not limestone and suppose to be muddy. We also saw the Mason-Dixon Line we are now in the south!! We biked on the CNO trail while it was raining we got to a campground and it was busy so we biked 6 miles through a river on our trail from all the rain the the next one. Total mile ...
Rain! It rained most of the day today we gave up and decided to bike through it. We had 19 miles to our campground in Rockwood when it started down pouring, the trail sunk and we went from going 11 miles to a high of 9 miles an hour. We finally got to the campground and everything was wet we decided to go to town to check out the hostal and get pizza. The hostal was empty so we are staying here tonight. Check out the photos for pictures from here and some animals we saw! 53 ...
... ins we can use and a dumping station!) and a large enclosed area where the tent will be. Around that area is railroad tracks and a Shrine train that they ran during the morning for all of the circus kids to enjoy.
We were thankfully parked alongside the train tracks on gravel and not on the grass by the stream. I only say that because last year when we stayed here, through no fault of their own, we got an ant infestation from our electrical cord running through a huge ant ...
We're in Grantsville, MD a day early so that the tent crew can set up the new tent that we finally received. It's beautiful and we're all so excited to finally have it!
Today, my sister, brother in law and I visited the 911 Memorial near Somerset, PA.
"A common field one day. A field of honor forever."
"Flight 93 Memorial is the nation's memorial to the passengers and crew of Flight 93. The Memorial Plaza borders the crash site. The field and woods beyond is their final resting place and their remains are still present. A boulder near the Hemlock Grove marks the impact site."
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service