Red Roof Inn Huntington
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and the world's largest root beer mug. In 2008, Huntington earned the dubious distinction of being named the "fattest and most unhealthy" city in the United States. There you go saved you looking it up on Wikipedia. Well 932km later we arrived averaged over 100km/hr including stops. Good roads ****** drivers. What is it with people who drive F250's especially white ones. They like to drive in the left ...
Took off from Illinois at about 9:00. We drove about 600 miles
and boondoggled (Sheila says boondocked, not sure which one is right) at a rest
area in Ashland, Kentucky. Tomorrow, we have about 400 miles to go to get to
Zack’s. With an early start, we should get there about 2:00pm.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse
... Elena's hung in a it longer before joining Mia's at the boat cometary. Pappy was the victor as he made it way down stream. We ended the day roasting hot dogs and making s'mores and having some fun with sparklers. We taught Elena how to play Racko and she caught on immediately and proceeded to win most of the time. Today is Sunday and we are in route to Lexington, Ky to stay 3 days at the Kentucky Horse ...
... beauty - and staff quarters. A gardener and groundskeeper lived there permanently and they brought 4 staff with them when they came from Pittsburgh.
Most of the furniture was designed by Wright as well and is cantilevered, just like all the balconies are. This is the only Wright house open to the public that has all the furnishings and artwork intact. Mr. Kaufmann wanted ...
... several different directions is so difficult! Helen Jo texted this morning and said that she decided to go over and have lunch with Mom and found her much better, blossoming when she sees her friends.
After packing up and breaking camp we left at 10:00. I had walked down to Sandy and Landy's to tell them we were leaving and they said they'd be about an hour behind us. I programmed the wonderful Rand McNally GPS ...