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9:30 Dinner at Mercato
Check-in if room available
Walk across street to Fairway Market and stock up on goodies
If not so hungry, walk down to Levain pastry
Walk back to hotel
Leave around 5:45 to head to subway and theatre
6:30 – 9:00 Lion King (print tickets)
9:30 Dinner at ...
We are a party of four, who love to laugh, eat, exercise and give thanks. I can't think of a more wonderful group to spend 4 days with in NY city! Will post itinerary soon but it will be exhausting, exhilarating and exactly what we need! Love to my special ...
... progression of our friendship could be viewed as romantic until Jesse molded it into a perfect "once upon a time...narrative." (Our Story: http://thestokesnews.com/news/news/5049 6079/Rock-climbers-lost-but-found )
After our interview Ronda brought us down some delicious fresh baked bread and hummus as a pre-snack to our climbing adventures! We began our journey once again to the wall when Lee got a roofing nail stuck in his tire... we stopped at ...
... and grasses. At the old shelter, we turned right to stay on Bluff Mountain Trail, where the Bluff Primitive Trail headed down steeply into the gorge below. From here, we climbed up to the top of Bluff Mountain with great views of the parkway and Blue Ridge Mountains beyond. Heading down from the summit was probably the steepest part on this trail with some steps added to help with the descent. Once down, we continued ...
... from up on the Blue Ridge Parkway, starting at the bottom and hiking clockwise allows getting the hardest part of the trail out of the way at the beginning. After the steep climb up, the rest of the trail feels like a walk in the park. The trail follows Little Rock Castle Creek upstream for a ways and begins to get really steep as the trail departs from the creek. We saw a few trillium and other wildflowers ...