Quality Inn Danville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We have been visiting the McCullough/Vasbinder family this week and having a great time catching up with them. The weather has been cool but sunny and we aren't missing the rain that has come to Seattle. As we drove south to here we could see the fall colors heading the same direction. Gary has really enjoyed being the passenger for this trip so he can do all the looking. He has also been the navigator and using the GPS with frustration sometimes and ...
... coal country and rugged "hollers" in eastern Kentucky. Central Kentucky is also the first part of the U.S. west of the Appalachians to be settled by Europeans from the East Coast, so there’s quite a lot of history and some attractive town centers.
The Shakers were a religious sect that branched off from the Quakers in the 18th century and expanded in the U.S. in the ...
Long day of driving - 442 miles, about 7.5 hours.
We stay at this park usually on our way back home. It's comfortable, easy access, and good hookups. It is connected with a company that brings in live country entertainers throughout the year. We keep hoping we will be there when something is scheduled but have missed it so far.
Good nights sleep then on the road ...
... constantly to explore little meadows and saw coyote's and squirrels and deer. Then the sun started to set at 8 so we concentrated on driving in earnest as the roads were super windy. We got to our camping site at about 10 after almost 12 hours of solid driving. Poor Dave. He did such an amazing job, driving most of it (although he wasn't being a hero, he was just hogging the mustang :p) and then had to put up with me since I didn't get to sleep until 4am. He ...
... rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">Used by Confederate General John Hunt Morgan as his headquarters during his raids on Lebanon, Myrtledene today offers slightly more relaxed environs for our guests. With two guest rooms, the house is completely furnished in antiques. Guests are encouraged to make themselves at home and make use of the entire house and ...