Fairfield Inn & Suites Christiansburg
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Good accomodation in quiet town. Faciities, service and amenities as per Fairfield Inn standards.
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... to make a loop. But we weren’t sure if Casey and any others would be arriving later, so we hiked in the opposite direction to maybe run into them. We hiked the upper trail which follows an old roadbed upstream along Little Stony Creek high above. It’s up on a ridge above the creek, so we couldn’t see the creek while hiking, but there were some nice rock formations along the trail. We also saw a cute little chipmunk on some ...
... would be. I did get to see my extended family in the short weeks I was at my parents' house, which was much needed. I saw my friends from home and got to spend time with my puppies. Overall, it was really nice to be home.
Of course I waited to long to pack my things before moving and I left the coffee maker in NJ. So, being ridiculously broke, I decided ...
We had a few difficulties on the way to Virginia that day... Heidi was having fairly severe chest pains so we pulled into the hospital on our way up and spent a couple of hours there until she was given the all clear. After that the trip flew by and we arrived at Smith Mt. Lake just after lunch on Friday. The place was amazing! A nice old house situated right on the lake ...
... and you could imagine an old entropnenur 'in the day' had used this mountain to make a quick buck for himself As we again approached Roanoke we passed a few fire engines outside a house, many police cars and a huge coal train with two diesels front and back passing under the road bridge. These three sights will be our lasting memory of the place, every where we went in our four night stay were accentuated by the company of these people ...
... the application here--pretty interesting!) largely because of the mansions. Bramwell, though a tiny town, was once the richest town in America, when figured on a per-capita basis. Because of mining in the immediate vicinity, a great many millionaires lived and built houses in Bramwell. The train station has been restored and is another unit in the National Coal Heritage Area, a unit ...