Extended Stay America - Roanoke - Airport
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We have arrived home safely from our European Adventure. After a hectic 4 days at home visiting family and friends, sorting mail, dental app'ts and unpacking we are off on our next adventure, Naples Florida. We enjoyed reconnecting with Ryan and Julie and all our other family members. On our way to Florida we stopped in Port Colbourne and Oswego to visit friends and then a two day stop in Cortland, New York for a great visit with ...
... 45am but because of the cold snap they delayed it to 9.45am. We got them to school just before 9.45am and they meet their buddy for the day and went off to class while we hung out in the gym eating the spread they had put on for us. Bojangles is a chicken place over here but they must do coffee as well as the school had a couple of boxes of coffee, yep coffee in a box just like wine in a cask!
They have a pretty good audio visual unit at school and every morning they have a ...
... again. This is not the Jack Daniels Lynchberg but is was interesting anyway as we have a player on tour called Sharniqua and the chick in the petrol station was also called Sharniqua and neither of them had meet another Sharniqua before. After photos were taken we were out of there.
The game in the van was to guess what the motel looked like. Our view was Rocky Mount was not that big so the motel may be a bit run down with a log fire and ...
... something like a Kelsey's in Canada. If we were able to personally pick our waitress, we couldn't have picked one more suited to our group. Aileen was her name and in conversation, we found out that she was a 27 year old, African American, single mother of two young children. She had lost all her support network in the past year.....her parents died and her husband left her. She was working two jobs every day to make ends meet, yet she had ...
... because they told us that they had paid over $400 for their 2 tickets at least 6 mths prior. We only paid $170 for the 2 of us, and bought our tickets a week before the concert. We took a nice walk through downtown Roanoke after the concert, mainly to catch a cab home.
Parked up at Walmart carpark for the night, as could not find one RV Park that was open in Roanoke. Most places are closed already for the season, ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed