Comfort Inn Harrisonburg
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in the floor to allow the cannonballs to drop down and complete the full 7-day cycle.
After the house tour, we joined a group for the “Slave Tour”, walking along Mulberry Row overlooking the 1,000 ft. long vegetable garden. We viewed a sample slave home, working areas for both textiles and nail making and then sat under the mulberry trees while our docent told us about life on Monticello for the slaves. And, yes, the ...
... reserved in Charlottesville (about 45 mins from Lockn') for last night and are working on securing a 2nd night. We knew this would be an adventure!! Just glad we weren't there when the storm blew through! Now, we need to find some Lockn' friends and have a party of our ...
... rocks and we couldn't see where we had to step. They were also huge leaves so sometimes it felt like I was going snowboarding down the mountain on leaves. I have little feet so this wasn’t a problem for Chris. Haha! The views at the top of the trail were fantastic and we took some great photos. When we got to the bottom of the trail we met an Appalachian hiker that had been on the trail for 5 days. He was super sweet and asked us for a ride ...
... the surrounding hills. This is the river that Tim and his sister rafted down not too long ago, and he was able, therefore, to describe to me all the sights.
The dinner service, if you're thinking of taking an overnight train, is rather slow, but the food was quite decent (would be significantly overpriced if you were paying cash). We got salad, rolls, main dish with vegetables and potatoes or rice, and dessert. The funny thing was that the staff ...
... hiking fun. They had never been to the Shenandoah Valley National Park so it was a new experience for everyone. We meet up at the visitors center for a quick picnic lunch and then headed to the trail for Lewis Falls. The trip to the falls was an easy trek and along the way the kids spotted a tree branch positioned exactly as one we had seen in Yellowstone. The kids thought it would be fun to set up a photo op on the ...