General Lewis Inn

301 East Washington Street, Lewisburg, West Virginia, 24901, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 301 East Washington Street, Lewisburg, is near Lost World Caverns and Carnegie Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Lewisburg

    Coolest Small Town

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Oct 16, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... seeing the historic buildings and arty little shops downtown, we drove out to the Confederate cemetery. The cemetery itself is on a hill and surrounded by an iron fence, so it's hard to get a good photo of the way the bodies were buried in the shape of a cross. I included the bronze marker instead.

    Lewisburg also had a great visitor center. The young woman there, ...

    Staying in the Mariott....

    A travel blog entry by waynetwigg on Nov 09, 2012

    ... 5, 3) that we were prepared to stay in. After 4 or 5 places that failed generally on all 3, we drove on to Lewisburg. Here we found a Marriott Hotel. A little over our price range but worth every dollar!!!

    The indoor pool and spa bath washed the day's driving away very quickly! The suite was also very spacious - we felt quite spoilt. So much so we did not rush to leave ...

    Cranberry Creek

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Oct 23, 2011

    3 photos

    ... the creek was situated within Cranberry Glades Botanical area in the Cranberry National Wilderness area. We drove along a small road that ran alongside the creek past hiking trails and various campsites.

    The section of the Cranberry we were running is sometimes called the Middle Cranberry, it starts in the Cranberry Recreation area and continues downstream about 6 miles. George found a small picnic area spot for us to pull into. We ...

    Why I Loved Diva Camp...

    A travel blog entry by hsb on Oct 16, 2011

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... of taking the risk of not winning every time.

    Fast forward many years, and here I am, a cycling fanatic. I'll spare you the details of how that passion grew (you may have heard the story already). Suffice it to say, it started with the Tour de France. Eventually, I decided watching other people riding their bikes was not good enough anymore, and I got myself a road bike. I immediately loved the feeling of riding a road bike, and have become passionate about ...

    And we have arrived...

    A travel blog entry by hsb on Oct 11, 2011

    1 comment

    ... at Diva Camp.

    Pulled into Wilderness Adventures around 4pm. Saw Shauna! Met Kelly, saw Chad and Tom! Great to be re-united.

    Got settled in, met Leslie and Janus who had arrived from Alaska. Dinner with the gang - great food...!

    So excited to be here.