Days Inn Bedford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Tuesday and led Governor Charlie Baker to activate the National Guard, Bay Staters saw only a dusting during the day on Wednesday, but a more significant storm may hit the region this weekend, the National Weather Service said.The continuing snow, which had reached 78.5 inches by Wednesday, has vaulted winter 2014-2015 into the top 10 snowiest in Boston's recorded history, according to the weather service. The worst was 1995-1996, with 107 ...
Sunday morning, we woke up early and started breaking camp. It had rained heavily overnight, but was dry when we woke up around 7. Unfortunately, it started raining again before we finished breaking camp and everything got thoroughly drenched. From camp, we headed north on the Blue Ridge Parkway a couple miles and stopped at the Flat Top Parking Area at the edge of Peaks of Otter Recreation Area, which ...
... 8217;s Roost and climbed out onto the rocks here. The outcrop was covered in fog and we couldn't see anything, even the nearby summit of Sharp Top, but it was a fun scramble to get out on the rocks. Then, we continued on up to the summit of Sharp Top. There is a shelter at the top, but it wasn’t raining, so we didn’t really need it. Instead, we headed to the very top and ate lunch up here. There were some markers in ...
We are taking an Abbott Trailways coach to Nashville, TN. No driving or finding a place to park our vehicle involved! Actually Jim drove me and our luggage over to Walmart's Parking lot, dropped us off, me and luggage, drove the car back to our parking space, at our apartment, and walked back to Walmart to wait for the bus.
I noticed an ad in the Roanoke Times about this travel company right here in Roanoke. Sounded like something we ...
... Virginia you may be asking. Well, Bedford provided a company of soldiers ( Company A ) to the 29th Infantry Division when the National Guard's 116th Infantry was activated on February 3, 1941. Some thirty of these troops were still in that company on D-Day. Company A landed on Omaha Beach in the FIRST wave of the First Infantry Divisions Task Force O.
By day's end, ninteen of the company's Bedford soldiers were dead. Bedford's ...