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Travel Blogs from Wheeling
... us well feed both in terms of our hunger as well as feeding us educationally with great stories about biblical history, Egyptian history, American Western expansion history as well as some science. For a 11 hour journey the boys were very well behaved as was the Suburban and camper. We found our campsite here in Washington PA easily. Its a smaller campground but nice and level. We did laundry and are feeling well after the long ...
... 65 mph. On uphill Challenges, we were able to make about 50 to 55 miles an hour. The car is very loud, but very fun to drive. Our ears are still ringing! It is amusing to watch people drive by and give the thumbs-up to us or simply stare at the old land rover as they're going by. Most have big smiles on their faces. The weather today ...
... was closed, alternate route took me through 35 mph back streets for 2 hours before spitting me out on the real 70. 2 am and I'm sitting in a foggy parking lot breathing deep breathes before resuming. Promised nay that when he woke up he would be home, and intend to keep that promise. 4 more hours... will see the sunrise in Baltimore as we pull in. Odometer is going to hit 12,000 miles for the trip just about then. can't wait to be ...
... back door, Sarah says "Oh I forgot the appetisers, wait a second"...at this point I'm thinking "What, where are we going that we have to take our own appetisers???". Anyway, we get out the door and there in the back ally is Kandy, Paula and Hannah in the Chrysler. What the heck? So I am ushered into Sarah's car, we drive 50m up the ally and then Steve stops and says he forgot his phone. He gets out the car, and at this point I realise Aunt De is also behind Kandy ...
... t get out of there fast enough and laughed ourselves sick all the way to the next town.
About an hour out of Wheeling, WV we decided we could make it to the world famous Honey Hole bakery before closing. This of course is owned and operated by our friend Sarah and her husband Steve. We turned up unannounced and we were truly amazed by this place. We may be biased, but the decor and gift wares, plus all ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center