Super 8 Dunbar Charleston

Address: 911 Dunbar Avenue, Dunbar, West Virginia, 25064-3126, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 911 Dunbar Avenue, Dunbar, is near Kanawha State Forest and Adena Mound.
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      Arizona Trip - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by winniestravels on Nov 18, 2014

      7 comments, 1 photo

      Got up this morning at 6:00 a.m. Anxious to get on the road to get to that warmer weather. Oops, when we tried to close the slide-out in the bedroom the awning on top of it was frozen. A hunt for a ladder, a little wiggle and it was fixed. Phew! Obstacle 1... Check!

      7:45 a.m. On the road! No snow. Bonus! Our destination today, a place called Eighty-four, PA. We had arrangements to boondock there, but, obstacle ...

      Charleston, West Virginia

      A travel blog entry by healthyhuskies on Sep 19, 2014

      3 photos

      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 ...

      Windshield worries in West Virginia

      A travel blog entry by haapalas on Sep 08, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      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 ...

      Removing Mountains

      A travel blog entry by lacasarodante on Mar 25, 2012

      2 photos

      ... the wind had crossed the highway bringing the trees with it. The trees were cut along the edge of the road to allow traffic to move. This continued on and off for several miles until we turned onto a busier road and entered a town. Now it was a row of gas stations and fast food restaurants that lay in piles along the side of the road. Pieces of metal siding were wrapped around telephone poles. Roofs blown off of those buildings that were still standing. FEMA had their work cut out ...

      Max Meadows, Virginia

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Nov 14, 2009

      ... still functional during tourist season but during its prominence, it was a very active business including a wheel-wright shop, sawmill and blacksmith shop. The work involved to construct this mill is phenomenal – hundreds of feet of stone aquaduct and even more wooden raceways for water not to mention all of the associated buildings.

      Things we Observed:

      The folks in these parts pronounce the Appalachian Mountains as ...