Dancing Bear Inn

Address: 203 Laurel Avenue, Damascus, Virginia, 24236, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 203 Laurel Avenue, Damascus.
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          Day 2 begins

          A travel blog entry by capanobl on Sep 27, 2015

          2 comments, 2 photos

          ... been trying to get pictures of each state sign as we come into the state and stop at welcome center for pictures. Nora is on a mission so as you can see by picture below you will have to take my word that sign is welcoming bus to Virginia for our first new state and we missed the exit to the welcome center. Must pay attention to the fall colors we are hitting the Appalachian area and the hills and ...

          Hostel Living Reimagined

          A travel blog entry by doug.jamieson on Sep 16, 2015

          1 comment, 1 photo

          ... so had to listen to all this talk of war knowing they wouldn't let him out until it was over. The owner of Four Pines was Joe, a very tall man with hair and beard that the Duck Dynasty family would envy. He was retired from an unknown job and liked having hikers stay in his converted garage. His lackey was Eddie, a former NYC firefighter who left to hike the train after some deaths of people he knew and never went back. He drives people around in the ...

          Day 8: First Week Recap

          A travel blog entry by doug.jamieson on Sep 15, 2015

          3 comments, 5 photos

          ... That averages to 60 miles per day. The first two days were pretty flat but then I entered the Appalachian mountains and the going has been harder since. My favorite part is coasting down a windy mountain road. But such joy comes at great cost. Because my pace downhill is 6-7 times my pace uphill, I spend at least 85% of the time climbing even if the distance is equal up and downhill. Jefferson National Forest is amazing with large canopy trees weighed ...

          The Bristol Stomp

          A travel blog entry by hikerdad51 on Sep 09, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          The kids in Bristol are sharp as a pistol When they do the Bristol Stomp -- The Dovells, 1961 After driving the better part of the day, even conceding a relatively late start, we are still not quite out of Virginia as the first day of this road trip ends. Almost, but not quite, having settled into Bristol, just shy of the Tennessee border. Our only detour was into Blacksburg to make sure we were fully supplied with Hokie gear ...

          The Appalachian Mountains

          A travel blog entry by greghills on Aug 11, 2015

          2 comments

          ... will do us. Nice little place too. We were sitting there at the bar after our bar meal, and noticed that it was their local darts night. A few of the players were enjoying a beer as well as playing their games. However, I picked up that most were drinking ice water. Local sportsman seem to take their "sport" way too seriously some times. Some of the others who were actually buying drinks were drinking the house special beer as well. ...