Guesthouse Lost River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we changed and walked down to the restaurant where they were having a special event for Father's Day; which we would barely make since it was almost 4:30. They were serving French crepes and their own wines. The area surrounding the winery was beautiful! There was a pond and an outdoor area where we ate and tried some of their wine. We had sausage and apple and Southwest chicken crepes, but the dessert ...
... post-Apocalyptic move "28 Days Later". Something just snapped inside me and I got in my car and starting driving with this amazing feeling that I could just wander on forever.
Now of course, I didn't. I reached the town of Woodstock and the pragmatic side of my brain kicked in, I wandered around a little, then drove back home and went back to work the next day. But that incident did awaken in me the realization that we ...
... the Battle of Cedar Creek towards the end of the war, the Confederates launched an attack on Union forces, defeating them and taking a lot of supplies--only to be defeated by Union reinforcements led by Sheridan shortly after.
You will notice that streets and highways are named after the Southern generals, Lee, Jackson, Early and NOT the Union generals. Not surprised. This area was the breadbasket of the Confederacy and ...
... drive in restaurants were all the craze. The idea was that the best way to enjoy your weekend was to not leave your car! My dad tells me that only one person went to college by bicycle--and he was considered pretty weird. Nowadays you'll see a full rack of bicycles at college campuses and people are actually more eager to get out of their cars when they go out for the weekend...
This drive in theatre actually looks full--although a lot of kids are running ...
... for the moment we are nowhere near Las Vegas. We have just reached the end of the Blue Ridge Parkway, which runs from Cherokee in North Carolina to Front Royal in Virginia. Eight hundred kilometers all up. Before we 'did the Parkway’, we took the only road through the Smoky Mountains (a sort of geological side street of the Appallachian Mountains, along which the Parkway runs) from Cherokee to Gatlinburg in Tennessee.
When planning the trip ...