Red Roof Inn St. Clairsville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... kids can be hectic, and never more so than when trying to potty train one of the kids, in this case Brendan, the youngest. Andrea very ingeniously rewards any of the older kids who take Brendan to the bathroom with a piece of candy. There is an interesting result - too many kids in the bathroom. Due to some "complications" with one visit, I went in to help out as well, and after a few minutes, realized that there were 5 people in the bathroom! It ...
We'd never traveled through southern Ohio so thought it was time to do so. We also wanted to try a new route and chose to drive on interstate 79 through the western area of Pennsylvania. Great road and lovely scenery.. We had always dreaded the drive on 81 through Pennsylvania, now we have ...
We spent Saturday moseying around the city and walking through Central Park and then spent the evening at a beautiful beach in Brooklyn. We woke up bright and early Sunday morning, had breakfast and showered and were on the road by 10:00 for Ohio! We drove through New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the tip of West Virginia on our 10 hour drive. We also snagged some wifi at ...
Sunday morning - attended Harvest Lancaster. What an amazing service?! About a dozen baptisms with some incredibly powerful testimonies! Just to hear how God had transformed their broken lives was beautiful. Apparently a regular occurrence. How encouraging?! We set out westward towards Wheeling, West Virginia. It's about a 4.5hrs drive. Not only is it on our way to Cincinnati where the Trezona family live, but there is a Cabelas store there! It's ...
... spectacular. With such low humidity, the views in the Allegheny Mountains were breathtaking. The visibility was miles and miles, specifically when driving through the passes. Tomorrow, I'll try to post some pictures with this. Today was just a bit rushed. Well, it's off to bed and an early rise tomorrow morning and drive west on interstate 70 ...