Days Inn Waynesboro

Address: 2060 Rosser Ave / I-64, Waynesboro, Virginia, 22980, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2060 Rosser Ave / I-64, Waynesboro, is near Humpback Rocks Visitor Center and Mountain Farm and War Fields.
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      A good hike

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 04, 2014

      ... hike nearby. This trail was the Lewis Falls trail and it was 3.3miles and pretty challenging. The views once again were fantastic and it led us to a nice waterfall. This time of year the waterfalls are pretty much just trickles. In the spring they are usually raging gushing beasts but we settled for a pretty mossy covered falling stream. The start of the trail was down the mountain so the hike back up was a little tough and by the time we got to ...

      Charlottesville - THomas Jefferson Country

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... I learned the answer to a useful trivia question. Which U.S. president held the most different positions in government? It was James Monroe. Monroe also served in the Continental Army in the Revolutionary War and was wounded in the Battle of Trenton. What I best remember about history class about James Monroe was the Monroe Doctrine, that he formulated the American policy that European powers should stay out of the affairs of newly independent nations in Latin ...

      The Shenandoah Valley - Virginia's Bucolic West

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... are not too steep; as much as I visit national parks I sometimes don’t recoup the value of my pass purchase. On the other hand, though, every little privately run site charges a substantial amount for usually inferior displays - $12 for the tour at Belle Grove Plantation House (on NPS land at Cedar Creek Battlefield but privately run), $24 at Luray Caverns (which I decided to skip), and $14 at the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace and Presidential Museum/Library. Presidential ...

      Good-bye to Smart Wool Socks....

      A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Jun 02, 2014

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      ... makes a better product, backs their product, and makes it a no-hassle issue for helping the customer. .....will get the most customers. Also with Darn Tough, they do not allow people to take advantage of their return/warranty policy. The company has outfitters that know when a sock has been used beyound it's life cycle, or if it truly is a defective product.....and handles it quickly - and painlessly for the customer. I respect a ...

      One More Down and A Lot of Driving

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Jul 17, 2013

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      ... on a hill (formerly called Signal Hill) and the property was once owned by Johnson himself. It's now run by the National Park Service. Johnson was what Constitutional scholars called a "strict constructionist." That is he loved the Constitution of the US and believed in a strict interpretation of the document rather than implying powers that might not be there. There is a large marble obelisk marking his grave and that of his ...