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May 3 and 4: Day 28 and 29. Charlottesville, Virginia
Yesterday was a pleasant, though not very eventful departure from Galax, with a 2 or 3 hour drive northward on the Blue Mountain Parkway. This narrow winding road is a dedicated parkway with no commercial traffic, and follows the northward ridge for hundreds of miles, skirting above any …
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we decided to experience one of the "Seven Wonders of the Engineering
World." Heading north of Norfolk along Hwy 13 to Virginia's Eastern Shore
(the largest barrier island on the …
... in at our hostel. As soon as we got settled we went for a bit of a walk down the street but got absolutely drenched. So we went back to the hostel and played pool for a couple of hours before tea. Tea was cooked by our tour leader tom and was a dish of spaghetti bog and salad. After tea everyone seemed to do their own thing and seeing as most of the people from the UK flew in yesterday they were pretty wiped. So it's been a pretty relaxed early night for ...
... a day by an American soldier in full regalia, and we were lucky enough to catch the changing of the guard whilst we were there. It was quite an amazing experience to see a military ceremony up close, and the discipline of the officers is something to behold. The tomb is a national treasure and is a testament to the sense of pride Americans express towards the members of their armed forces. Whilst at the cemetery we continually heard gunshots in ...
... it was also a large shopping and dining precinct Michael After another early morning flight - and another morning of Ben's difficult sleep to wake dynamics, we landed in Washington D.C. We headed straight our hotel where my theory was confirmed - our family doesn't know how to work revolving doors. Every entranceway to all 4 of our previous hotels have had revolving doors - and we just can't seem to get them right. There's never a common ...