Red Roof Inn Charleston West - Hurricane
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Hurricane
... nice person. He was notorious for not paying his bills, not because he didn't have the money, he just didn't think it was important. My step uncle owned a paint company in Madison, WI and Wright hired him to paint at Taliesin. Uncle Bernie never got paid, but several years later Wright had the nerve to call Uncle Bernie to paint again. When my mom was in college she worked in a nice clothing store on ...
... no electricity, no heat, we get in the trailer, put on all the blankets we had on the bed and sneak in there to try to sleep. Temperature? You don't want to know! Update!!! Well it seems that we have a few things to learn yet about this trailer. After spending a freezing cold night in the trailer, my son asks me; "Doesn't the furnace run on 12 volts Dad" "Uh I don't know I reply". So I read the manual and guess what, ...
... declining cognitively. Now the question remains - what to do. Do we give up her apartment or not? I wrestled with it until about 3:00 this morning and as usual came up with no solution. I'm worried about Mom but am also worried about Helen Jo. She admittedly cries at the drop of a hat. I don't see Jerry and me taking any more trips in the near future as being away from Mom and Helen Jo is just too ******* them. Being ...
... still functional during tourist season but during its prominence, it was a very active business including a wheel-wright shop, sawmill and blacksmith shop. The work involved to construct this mill is phenomenal – hundreds of feet of stone aquaduct and even more wooden raceways for water not to mention all of the associated buildings.
Things we Observed:
The folks in these parts pronounce the Appalachian Mountains as ...
... eventually runs through Charleston. The city is about ½ mile wide but 23 miles long (the core is about 6 miles wide). Surprisingly, the river is fairly busy with coal hauling tug/barge traffic. The shoreline is lined with very nice homes, marina’s and strolling parks but the city is old – very few high-rises, old brick buildings, rusty steel Quonsets and narrow streets. There are no new ...