Best Western Of Lynchburg
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... taking pictures and having a great time. I was able to get the desired photos of people -- less lucky on other topics. We finished the day with another big meal at Annes home in Amherst, with a few additional volunteers who had come down to work during Election Day.
Anne was very apologetic about one picture she needed. It involved photographing a delightful gentleman who had painted an original pro-Obama sign on the side of his barn. Taking ...
... Dolly Sods – way across the valleys to the Blue Ridge – with a jagged V cut in the ridge in mid distance -- Goshen Pass. No-one told me that when Highland County's little Cowpasture stream reaches Goshen it becomes a river and carves a beautiful gorge out of the last ridge that separates it from the Valley of the James. I wandered through the hills, and eventually spun out into the Valley of interstates 64 and 81. I quickly ducked back into the ...
Most of us have heard of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello - but not of Poplar Forest, his small, hexagonal-shaped getaway in the woods outside Lynchburg, VA. A beautiful job is being done to restore this great home to its original grandeur.
The farm/plantation where Black educator Booker T. Washington got his start is one of the many National Historical Monuments around the country. An interesting look into his life as a young boy, and how his insatiable desire to learn led to him lead Tuskegee Institute.
The City of Lynchburg has done a wonderful job of utilizing a steep hill to create a terraced memorial to all their citizens killed in all wars that have been/are being fought. Each level of Monument Terrace is dedicated to one specific war.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking