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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We did, indeed, make it into Monticello today. Thomas Jefferson designed the house and built it on the very top of a hill, taking advantage of the magnificent 360-degree view.
We had lunch in their café, went through the museum, and browsed the gift shop.
Wed Jun 10, 2015
Departure: 10:00 AM, Williamsburg, VA
Arrival: 12:15 PM, Charlottesville, VA
Miles: 122 miles
Travel Time: 2 hrs. 15 min.
It's strange to be excited about leaving a place when it’s as beautiful as Williamsburg. But we were expecting to be there four days and ...
... do most of the other injured ones in the fenced area that we made for them. It was a really long and tough morning but we got everyone together. Lunch was definitely needed at that point! After lunch Dean and I started work on building a new duck house from scratch for all the ducks! We worked on it all afternoon and Dean actually continued till midnight to finish it! It was cool to be able to work on the project cause I got to learn about measurements and drilling holes, ...
... 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 ...
We ended the drive about dinner time and thought we might head into Waynesboro for a feed. We soon decided against it. This town had not taken the opportunity to capitalise on the park being on its door step. It was pretty run down and most of the shops closed in fact they didn’t even have a McDonalds.
We decided to keep going and drive some of the Blue Ridge Parkway, a 469 mile two way scenic byway between Shenandoah and the Great ...