Knights Inn Bluefield

3144 E. Cumberland Rd., Bluefield, West Virginia, 24701, United States | 1 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Bluefield

Frozen Cascades

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu

13

... some fun in the snow while we could. Then we slowly made our way back to the parking lot. Rather than take the old road bed back to finish the loop, we returned along the lower trail to enjoy the sights along Little Stony Creek once more. Once we regrouped at the parking area, we headed to Blacksburg for dinner at Cabo Fish Tacos and then headed back to the Triangle. A wreck on I-77 closed the highway, which made for a very long drive ...

Tarter Starter

A travel blog entry by danbren

19

... in North Carolina with his parents and three brothers at the age of three in 1749. He grew up and married there and moved to Wytheville (after fighting in the Rev. War) with his family 1780. He bought property at Stoney Fork and built one of the first brick homes there, raising 11 children. His son, Nickolas Jr., had 15 kids, one of them providing the link to Brenda ...

Day in Lexington

A travel blog entry by sandrobbins

... of men with weapons in their hands and keep the windows up." Lots of Deliverance jokes. Face timed with Scott. He mentioned a disease that camels are giving to humans, MRSA, and we all started dying laughing. We had been teasing Fred all day about his camel fetish. Scott just looked at us like we were drunk old people. We tried to explain but the humor got lost in ...

Wytheville, VA

A travel blog entry by carol_fred

2

From Nashville, we hit the road today for Virginia driving Rt. 40 to Rt. 81. The driving is easy - all interstates - but there are always places where they are working on the road, and today, we were held up for a while by an accident. We drove into the Eastern Time Zone today, so we feel more closer to home than ever.




The farms in Virginia ...

Blue Ridge Parkway

A travel blog entry by suewelsch

3

We finished driving the Skyline Highway in Shenandoah National Park which continued to become Blue Ridge Parkway. The colors were not at peak, but beautiful anyway. The road through Shenandoah was just newly paved and lovely to drive, but that was not the case with the road on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The paving was in progress and has not yet gotten very far. The construction crew was just setting up at 10am. When the road got bad, it was full ...

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This 1 star motel, located on 3144 E. Cumberland Rd., Bluefield, is near Pinnacle Rock State Park.
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1.50 of 5 stars Poor