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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two US presidents than I ever did before! That night for dinner, we went to a Grill in an old Mill where a jazz band was playing. Good food and music. 30th April- we bid our host good bye and set off for The Skyline Drive which is the north extension of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Similar scenery, nice mountain views altho fairly hazy. Managed to see two deer by the roadside- alive! We then drove down to the plains and onto Alexandria which is across the river from Washington ...
Jerry grilled hot dogs and I fried some french fries in the fry daddy We had homemade chilli, relish and onions and it was all good. Since we drank the last of the tea tonight I fixed another pitcher. I used the water we had brought but had to add a little of the campground well water. After dinner I went outside and read a bit and Jerry joined me after talking to Julie on the phone. After reading for a while we went for a walk ...
... apples from home. They were a little tart but that's all.
Our next trip was to the Barboursville Winery. Barboursville is only about 16 miles from Charlottesville but it's a pretty long winding road, pretty scenery though. On the way there Gypsy took us right through Charlottesville. The sign pointed toward Historic Charlottesville. Yeah - it was historic all right - not exactly the sites on the tourist trail. We ...
Leaving Staunton, we travelled 60 miles on the Skyline Drive, arriving a the vintage Skyland Resort. The drive here was pretty, but most of the views were down to rural scenes rather than mountains as it was with the BRP. June drove some of the way. The speed limit is 35 mph, a bit slow for her usually. Skyland was built in the 1930's and taken over by ...
... Sandy advanced the fairly short distance to the panorama point and took it all in. We could see mountains in all directions. Given our limited success hiking we decided to spend the rest of the day chilling out at the campsite. I previously indicated that the campsite was nothing special but it did have a very large public swimming pool on the grounds with two large slides. The pool costs extra but was discounted for campers. So we all suited up ...