Econo Lodge North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... But then I remembered something about Jack. He isn’t just your average Anglo-Saxon from Connecticut. Jack comes well verse in every form of art including the art of language where he uses his expertise to be a real sarcastic and cynical troll sometimes. But seriously this kid is something special who else has coined a phrase at the young age of 21 as popular as “cuddle puddle” (I’m sure I will better explain this phrase once we are all ...
... couple and I asked where they were from and he said everywhere. They both teach English and have just left Korea and are going to China after visiting his father in Staunton. He suggested that we might be interested in teaching abroad if we were interested in traveling but Jerry told him that first we wanted to see the USA.
We started the trek up to the water falls. The first one was easily accessible and very pretty. The weather ...
... change his plans whenever he saw something he wanted to add. It is very palatial as are the grounds. We wandered around there for a couple of hours. There were also some huge trees there and interestingly enough they had large branches sprouting in different directions. Some of them looked like they'd been tied in a knot. Jefferson wanted to be remembered for three things: the Declaration of Independence, author of ...
How nice to be out of the big cities, to smell the fresh air, and my USA history lesson continued while visiting my friend Tom and his family in Charlottesville. My friend Tom, who I met in Afghanistan, met me at the train station (of course my train arrived 1 hour late). His family, Andrea (Andy) his wife, Tristan his oldest son, Aiden his youngest son and Cleopatra (Aidens' dog) were all waiting for me to arrive to have dinner. Tom and his ...
... a house he called Ashlawn. The name was later changed to Highland. Visitors can also see the Michie Tavern which has been operating since the late 18th century.
After leaving Monticello behind, we drove back toward the south end of Skyline Drive, where the Blue Ridge Parkway begins. We had originally planned to go all the way to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but not knowing when (or ...