BEST WESTERN PLUS Bridgeport Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the bike was hovering between 95 and 100 F (35-38C for Europhiles) and every traffic light went red. And these are air cooled bikes which means that they radiate a lot of heat. It is fair to say that we were hot!! Just as well summer ended last week.
However we slowly eased our way into the Shenandoah Valley and into the northern Appalachians. Suddenly life was good. It was better than good – it was superb. We wound up and up and the ...
... ENTIRE trip.
While we're looking forward to being home we'll miss traveling, seeing new sights filled with new experiences. Till our next trip...............
Family Folklore: As we were driving home from our trip Steve was already dreaming of next summer's trip. He even bought some new travel books to start planning!!
... it was 3:30 and we wanted to watch the USA soccer (football) game at 4:00. We found a Buffalo Wild Wings right off the exit, so we were happy until the USA lost.
Tomorrow morning we will complete the final leg to Blacksburg.
On a side note, it was a year ago today that I retired. Since then, we have driven over 11,000 miles in the RV, and visited Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New ...
... in my textbooks. I hope to try their paella and check out some truly wonderful museums. While I have travelled to France, Costa Rica, and Korea, Spain has always had a special place on my bucket list. Even just thinking about how I will be there in two days is making me giddy! What I am most nervous for is adjusting to speaking Spanish 100% of the time. When I took AP Spanish my senior year of high school, I adjusted to speaker faster and more ...
... help in locating the town of Roanoke. Betty, the lady behind the counter, explained that Roanoke, Virginia, is in fact a 6 hour drive from where we were. We asked her about interesting things to do in the area, and she told us about the history of glassmaking and that her husband, Ron Hinkle, had one of the few studios still operating. We were given directions on how to find it. On arrival Ron and his assistant told us they would ...