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Travel Blogs from Martinsville
... session that is broadcast to each classroom. Holly from our team and Tanner from the boys team appeared on it and we watched it in the gym. After it was over we left the school and drove to another town to do some shopping.
We stopped into this mall that was pretty sizable and started having a looking around. I found a Tucker Max book, who I had brought over here before. Very funny man, so I read the first chapter while having lunch. After lunch I decided to walk over ...
... for some coins. I had a **** load in my pocket so just gave him some and he was on his way. Just like we were. on our way, off to Rocky Mount, Virginia.
Stopped in at Charolettesville for lunch at this great place, it was like a veggie market where you could buy all this fresh food, hot food, beer and wine. I settled for soup, scoffed it down and then went across the road to a ABC shop to pick up a bottle of bourbon. Too many to choose from so ...
... After our meal was finished, the owner wanted us to try a sample of their pumpkin pie spice frozen yogurt. Once again, we were soon back in the van, heading southward towards North Carolina. We wanted to get as far as Greensboro, North Carolina, since Graeme had found a company there that could provide him with some parts he needed for his old antique Chrysler back in Aussieland. Joan looked up in her reference material and found that hotel ...
... was surprisingly steep and narrow with a couple of easy stream crossings that we had no trouble rock-hopping across to keep our feet dry. After about a mile past the falls, the trail crosses Hanging Rock Park Road near the park gate. There was an old dilapidated barn just past the road crossing, maybe a tobacco barn, that looked like there may be plans to restore it in the future. From here, it was a more open trail ...
... Knoll and heading back to the parkway. Just before crossing the parkway, we crossed through an open meadow with lots of daisies blooming and a view of the chateau/winery in the distance. Across the parkway, the trail starts heading down gradually through a meadow, where we saw a number of butterflies eating nectar from wildflowers. After a bit, the trail headed into a forested area, crossed a creek, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking