Days Inn Somerset
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Somerset
Travel Blogs from Somerset
... feet, go thru the Allegheny tunnel and then we had to go down 5 miles to get off the turnpike and into the valley. We got to this HUGE campground to almost add bad luck #6 as they said we told them our MH was 27 feet not 38 and they had us on a small spot. They found that they had moved us since original spot was not in service so we are on a full hook up site but the motorhome went from fence to street. It seems the place is so big the mode of transportation ...
... making a dam that backed up the water 30’ deep. Then the pile of debris caught fire, killing many who were clinging to the debris to keep from drowning. The death toll was set at 2,209 but no one really knows. Ninety-nine families were completely wiped out. Hundreds of people were never identified. None of the Fishing and Hunting Club members were ever held accountable for the disaster.
... Kaufmann's became good friends and gifts received by Mr. Kaufmann from Mr. Wright rest in the house. Primarily artwork, but Mr. Wright continued to advise on furnishings, paint colours and accessories for the house. He was a frequent guest and did continue to work with Kaufmann on other projects. The car ports at the guest house (3), were not garages as Mr. Wright detested garage doors. He said, garages are a place to hold clutter, and he assured Mr. ...
... us, we follow our instructions and make our way to our room. High four poster beds, white chenille spreads, huge armoires - we quickly get organized. We needed to eat. The kitchen is closed. Off we go reversing our steps. The only place open is the Casino 20 minutes down the road. We are desperate and head into this smoke filled cavity of a room but at the back is a restaurant. Interesting but weird. We eat. We leave. We head back ...
... we changed our plans and went east towards Somerset. We were on Highway 21 but later we turned onto smaller roads which were still called highways. Highway 653 did not even have a middle line!
Found a couple of covered bridges both no longer open to vehicular traffic. Continued into Somerset to find lodgings. Hotels and eating places have their signs on very tall poles which makes it easy to locate them. Our seemingly preferred ...