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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlennerhassett Hotel Parkersburg
Really Cool hotel with a great restaurant. Outside dining on a summer night was a great way to end our day.
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When Neil sung "four dead in Ohio" it is certain he was not referencing cars and trucks in Southern Ohio. They're not allowed to die. Oh, they lose mufflers, participate in rust tests and generally are left unrepaired once they've been hit by another vehicle in similar shape. Pity the new car dealers. I'm not sure there's been a new vehicle sold in …
Leaving Hocking Hills to travel to Touchstone Center for Crafts, I had 150 or so miles to travel. Well...I put on 275 miles on an excursion to see some covered bridges. It was a crazy trip. Most of the road was in great shape, but top speed for the day after I left Athens, was 25mph. This was a goat trail ...
... still a light covering but the sky was blue. Donelle was a bit excited to be able to get out for a change so we decided to walk into town. It was a little difficult in the places that don't get cleared but it made for an interesting walk anyway, seeing the town in a different season. Unfortunately, my delay in Dallas meant we only had one night at home to relax before our trip to Amish ...
... as well as another no fat one. Two fruit cups with mango puree, yoghurt and fruit cups, Special K cereal as well as the fruit loops and Bran Flakes (which taste like cardboard even when smothered with yoghurt). A couple of mornings I have even tried the sachets of oats (which are meant to have hot water added to them) with yoghurt which has not been too bad.
By the time we found the address of an overlook it was almost 10 am. We went to the West ...
... t seen on my walk and I was surprised by the size of the complex. Some of them must have been a good five or six stories high, monolithic old brick and cement buildings that loom over you with an ominous feel. On my last night I bought a ticket to the college volleyball at the Convocation, a large multi-purpose stadium that was also the most prominent landmark in town. The name comes from the Latin word to meet or come together and is used particularly in American universities. ...