Red Roof Inn Fairmont
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the fall out of a nuclear attack.
This bunker was built secretly "in plain sight" between 1958 and 1961 when the Virginia Wing of the Hotel was being constructed. President Eisenhower organised the very secretive bunker and the cost at time of construction was eleven million dollars. Part of the arrangement for the building of the bunker was that the Federal Government also paid for the construction of the extension of the Hotel.
... started dialing hotels in the area. Problem was we were speaking with a central booking agent not from the area or from this country for that matter. We luckily got the last room at a Comfort Inn near the highway just before a lady from Canada walked in with 6 kids. We paid dearly for that room on a Saturday night during UWV football season. There was a restaurant within walking distance and a convenience store to buy a much needed adult, cold ...
... t remembered how to use the CB radios yet).
So with Stuart in his new boots, on new bike and still rubbing jet lag out of his eyes off we set. Heading in the general direction of Chicago, we had booked into a B&B in Philippi. (For those with some biblical but no geographic knowledge this is not the city belonging to the Philippians to whom the Apostle Paul wrote to in the first century AD, its the one in West Virginia. It is famous for being the ...
... has the time gone? It's hard to believe the end of our trip is hours away. Thanks Steve for a flawless trip...all of the reservations were in place, the activities so memorable and the sites we saw will live in our memories forever. The time together as a family, traveling around the US, gives us a special bond. Just FYI-Steve ...
We left Cleveland this morning around 6:00 am, and drove to Frank Lloyd Wright's incredible design, "Falling Water" in Mill Run, PA. What an amazing structure. I can definitely see myself living there. I wonder how a cantilevered structure over the Corrotoman River would look???
After lunch in PA, we headed into West Virginia..."Wild and Wonderful" (according to the welcome sign). We ended up in Bridgeport, ...