River Garden Bed and Breakfast

Address: 19080 North Fork River Rd, Abingdon, Virginia, 24210, United States | B&B
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRiver Garden Bed and Breakfast Abingdon

    Reviewed by dearrajat

    One of the best scenery, but not that great rooms & service

    Reviewed Jun 28, 2013
    by (9 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Our car GPS led to a wrong point, until google maps got it right. The extra drive was very interesting - into the wildish road at night. Everyone was vigilant & curious of what was to come & were we heading in the right direction or not! Add to it, the b&b owner didn't pick our calls.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews River Garden Bed and Breakfast Abingdon

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    Travel Blogs from Abingdon

    Trail Days

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 17, 2015

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    I managed to get a hold of Parks, who was renting a car in Pearisburg, and he gave me, Fozzie, Jersey Girl, Electric Lizard, Mooch, Ahab and more a ride to Damascus for Trail Days on Thursday, the day before everything really got started. Parks showed how awesome he is once more as he made the trip to Damascus from Pearisburg three times, shuttling full car loads each time, a trip of almost two hours each way. He spent the whole day giving rides to people who needed ...

    Highlands and Lows

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 05, 2015

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    ... the AT goes up two mountains right after Damascus, Whitetop and Rogers. Mount Rogers is also the highest point on Virginia, so we got that out of the way early. I started to climb almost immediately after leaving the shelter, and the next few miles were tedious, but the largest climb was done with five miles into my 17 mile day. I didn't actually go to the top of Mount Rogers, though, as the peak was down a half-mile side trail, so I haven't actually been to the highest point ...

    Hostel Hopping and Marathon Marching

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 01, 2015

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    ... a bed at their hostel, but they were full. I called around, and everywhere was actually full. I was sad, because that meant I had to hammock after walking so far, but at least I was still in town and I could grab a shower at the hostel where I set up my hammock. I walked to a Mexican restaurant that came highly recommended, and it turned out that a lot of people I knew were already there like Yellow Bird, Lightning, Fireball, and even Smokescreen, who I hadn't seen in a while, so it was ...

    The Smokies to Damascus, Va (Mile 470)

    A travel blog entry by hgarner11 on Apr 08, 2015

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    ... Lake and invited us over to eat and play kickball. We stayed there a while (probably longer than we should have) and had to headlamp into camp that night it was totally worth it. I've been really amazed by the random acts of kindness I've received on the trail. Genuine kindness like this help make the miles that much more enjoyable. I love being able to wake up in a new ...

    NASCAR fans only:)

    A travel blog entry by neilcard1 on Mar 03, 2015

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    ... a bit of a sense of how steep that is in the last picture. The track goes right up to the black line below the seats.

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