Cambria Suites Roanoke
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We arrived at Natural Bridge National Park by 9am. Here in the Appalachian Mountains the air is quite brisk in the early morning but it soon warms up. We walked down the 150 steps to the entrance of the Natural Bridge archway and admired one of natures creations. The Natural Bridge is classified as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Carved by a river from 36,000 tons of limestone, the arch is over 65 metres high, 12 metres thick and spans 28 metres between the ...
... 10am Eastern time.
Natural Bridge is a National Historic Landmark in the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Shenandoah River and Lace Falls. Deemed the "Bridge of God" by the Monacan Indians who discovered it. The arch is 65 metres high and is composed of solid ...
... fiddle. On the road we saw four deer and many squirrels, fortunately did not hit any. The scenery here became more pastoral, as we were traversing a plateau as opposed tot he mountains of previous days. Staying at a very pleasant B&B, the King George, filled with great antiques (apart from ...
Today Zach and Erin (we) printed and completed as much of our remaining Thailand documents as we could. There are just a few more steps in our paper work until completion. We leave on the plane in 1 month and 5 days! Excitement and nervous energy is felt constantly through out our days left in the ...
... deal with Harley Davidson for the hotel rates and safe parking for the Harley's - later in the night she contacted us, promising upgrades so we will enjoy them no doubt. She has read the blog as well and I think will link it to their facebook page. The hotel even laid on a free shuttle - so the driver took us to the Harley Davidson store; picked us up later and then dropped us at a restaurant for dinner. Once we had finished, he came back and collected us - how about that for ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking