BEST WESTERN Grand Venice Hotel Wedding & Conference Center
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... us that we had just missed Arlo Guthrie who played across the street two days prior. He even played the full Alice's restaurant, would have been awesome to see. However as always when travelling in a bus we are too slow getting there.
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... Rivers. The Appalachian Trail passes through the area so we have officially "hiked" the Appalachian Trail. It was very pretty, and some say it is the prettiest spot of West Virginia. There is a rock that is named "Jefferson Rock" along the Appalachian Trail, high above the Shenandoah River. Thomas Jefferson said the view from this spot was worthy of a trip across the Atlantic. The Appalachian Trail is nearly 2,200 miles long and stretches from Maine to Georgia. ...
... Ron's that we quickly fell in love with. We all ordered some adult beverages (the pear cider I ordered hit the spot perfectly and John got a local microbrew) and then dove into some really, really fine food. Tom is well-known around there and he introduced us to a few folks who stopped by to say hello. It was a really nice way to wind down the night.
The next morning, Tom picked us up and we were off for a whirlwind tour of the ticket sellers in the surrounding areas. As ...
... leave when I heard some splashing pretty far out, and indeed, it was a seal popping up its head. I could hear the sounds, which was pretty cool. Also saw some pretty cool wildlife.
I made my way back to Reykjavik and stopped at The Blue Lagoon before going back to the airport. It's probably Iceland's biggest attraction and the biggest tourist trap. It is pretty, but the water is run-off from a local plant. There is also silica-like mud that you can rub ...