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Arlene asked

Halfway point: to stay for the night

Road trip from Annapolis, Md. to Padauch, Ky.
Need halfway point to stay for the night. And places to stop and rest along the way.

Annapolis (Maryland) Paducah (Kentucky)

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This is a 12 hour drive. There are two main ways you can go. You can go from Annapolis up to Baltimore and out I-68 and I-70 to Morgantown and then down I-79 to Charleston (West Virginia). Charleston is a little less than half way (5.5 hours) but is a nice place to stay. You can go a little farther along the road if you want to make it closer to half way. Then take I-64 to Lexington (which has KY Horse World), Elizabethtown (Kentucky) (Stephen Foster park), and then on to Paducah. That is the way I would prefer.
You can also go west around Washington, DC out I-66 to I-81. That takes you by Roanoke and Blacksburg (Virginia). This is a nice drive along the east side of the mountains. The halfway point is a small place called Abingdon (Virginia). Then you go through Knoxville and Nashville on the way to Paducah.

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