Sleepy Hollow Farm Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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On our way to the Historic Triangle area, we made two quick stops in Virginia - Charlottesville and the Gaines Mill Battlefield.
Our stop in Charlottesville was short and sweet. Thomas Jefferson founded the University of Virginia here and it's a beautiful campus. We enjoyed driving through the campus and the downtown area. ...
Charlottesville is a beautiful and scenic part of Virginia, 90 minutes drive west of Adelaide Hills Farm towards the Blue Ridge Mountains. It was decided that we would go apple picking at Carter Mountain after lunching at Michie Tavern. The sun was shining and it promised to be a beautiful day. Michie Tavern is an old world American buffet, complete with waiters/ waitresses dressed in period costume, wooden benches, pewter plates and ...
An early start for me today. Got up and packed everything and then went to say goodbye to the chickens one last time! This morning Scott also taught me about their bees! So I put on my bee suit and got to see inside their hive! It's pretty scary... But apparently the bees can tell when you're upset so being relaxed and calm is one of the things you need to do! Karen and Erin then dropped me at the airport... Sad to say goodbye! Had such a ...
... here in the Virginia mountains. It was a great day made really special by the fact that Kevin had contacted quite a few of the folks at home and told them they could get cards to me via Graeme on his recent visit to his parents in England - the FedEx man turned up with them all on my actual Birthday. I was also spoiled by Steve and Deb and then we all went out for a great meal - the US manages to keep roads open in the ...
... curiosity and talkative, friendly locals....anyway, we are just about to set off and a Utilities contractor is in a work pick-up next to us and starts having a yarn and is inquiring about our trip. We get to talking about the "Tail of the Dragon" and he asks us if we noticed all the red stripes on the trees on the route...... "errr No" we replied - "Well" he says, " they represent all the fatality locations along the road ...