Knights Inn Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... no electricity, no heat, we get in the trailer, put on all the blankets we had on the bed and sneak in there to try to sleep. Temperature? You don't want to know! Update!!! Well it seems that we have a few things to learn yet about this trailer. After spending a freezing cold night in the trailer, my son asks me; "Doesn't the furnace run on 12 volts Dad" "Uh I don't know I reply". So I read the manual and guess what, ...
Here we are in Charleston, West Virginia. Charleston was first settled in 1788 when Fort Lee was built on the land that is now the capitol of West Virginia. With close to 50,000 residents in the city limits and over 200,000 in its surrounding metro areas, Charleston ...
Two hours into our trip...and BANG...a rock hits our windshield! This is my first windshield crack in 10+ years in my faithful car (affectionately named "Justin"....don't laugh). Unfortunately it is a large enough crack that we have to replace the windshield in Chicago on Wednesday!! But if this is our first test as husband and wife...we can handle it!! Bring it on honeymoon trip - we are ready for anything...I married an Eagle Scout for a ...
Lots of energy and excitement kept us awake for a long drive to Charleston today. We tried to make a pit stop to find an old abandoned insane asylum but it wasn't there when we got there.. we did get a little lost and drove by this really cool mural instead though. The weather was a little rainy but it gave way to a nice ...
... We felt like we should have been having a cool mint julep with our feet up, but instead we were already feeling the humidity at 7:30 AM. Jim wanted to spend today traveling on highway 60 which meanders through the Appalachian Mountains. The roads had no shoulders, so we could not stop to take pictures as we traversed through these rolling hills. We would see small communities where there were shacks and trailers right next to nicer homes. Most of the older ...