Super 8 Waynesburg
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Mrs. Kaufmann loved flowers and would walk the grounds collecting from the gardens and the woods. The kitchen is yellow, warm and inviting. The living room and bedrooms have windows that open to let the sound of the rushing water in, corners become non existent, the stone floors glisten. There are balconys on every level to walk out and embrace the water by stepping in it, or viewing it or for just taking in the sun. Original artwork, books, Tiffany ...
... we are in good company as generations of travellers since US Statesman Andrew Stewart found the stone house in 1822. The guest books in our rooms tell of ghost sightings one in particular of a Civil War soldier! Our imagination takes hold and somehow we hear doors open and the creaks get louder and louder. The boys try and scare us but they were too obvious! We have a nightcap, we should have taken in down to the tavern but alas we ...
We left Cleveland on a warm September morning hoping to get to Virginia by late afternoon. We took I77 south to Strasburg, OH where we would leave the super slab behind for most of the trip. Little did we know that many two lane roads in most of the areas we would travel were near freeway speed limits. We headed east on US 250 where we settled into a nice riding pace on a beautiful early fall day with temps in the low 70's. The road was good and not ...
We spent our first night at the Holiday Inn Express in Belle Vernon, across from Hoss's.
We started the next day with an early morning breakfast at Eat'nPark with our PA friends. After breakfast, we went to see my Dad and grand parents' graves, and then we hit the road.
For the first part of our trip, we took the back roads through Mt Pleasant, Donegal, and more. At Breezewood we got on to the turnpike for the rest of the ride.
... was up to Lake Erie near Cleveland, along the lakeshore to Erie, p PA, then south through Pittsburgh. I am now on a rail trail route of 300+ miles to Wash. DC. I had the pleasure of riding with Steve, a teacher from Columbus for an afternoon and morning, sharing a campsite in between. It was nice to share some stories and learn about life and the education system in Ohio.It was reassuring ...