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Driving route from Strasburg, Pa to Denver, Co

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I have been struggling to find an interesting route home at the conclusions to our long road trip in September. We were hoping to find a route which would be more interesting than traveling either I 80 (we are going to Montreal on I 70 so we would like to see different scenery). We prefer to drive 400-450 miles per day. At the moment, the fastest route is to stay one night in each--Columbus, Oh, Peroia, Il, and Omaha, NE.

Are there interesting areas of Kentucky (Morgantown, Bardstown, Berea) that would be worth a detour?

We ALWAYS avoid staying at Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn, la Quinta etc but traveling with a 45 pound goldendoodle makes finding a nice place to stay very time consuming.

Can you suggest a more interesting route? (maybe stay in Charleston, WV, Lexinton Ky, St. Louis and Topeka, Ks? )

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