Fairfield Inn & Suites Wytheville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
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I am writing this post on my phone sitting in a bunk of a church hostel with no phone service, so this will be posted whenever I get service again. Church hostel you ask? That will be the topic of the next post. I had never been afraid of or chased by dogs before and I thought Bicycle Bill was being a bit melodramatic to be so concerned. Turns out he was right. I got chased 2 days ago, and then twice today, where the dog physically ran into the street ...
Yesterday was a driving day, we set off from Nashville and other than a stop for lunch when we stopped at a park and played football or frisbee we drove for most of the day and went to Virginia. The drive was very pretty, the countryside has started to look more and more like the UK, lots of trees, fields and rolling hills. It has also got much cooler which is great as well. The campsite last night was lovely, had a nice swim and a relax and made ...
... a group of bikers who had used Radford as their base for week to go on daily rides.
Must admit, even though I was really tired when I finally crossed the border into Virginia, the ride over the mountains and the surrounding scenery was pretty impressive.
Well I am now up to date with the blog.
... t too dramatic on their own but the backdrops really set them off. Sunburst falls flowed below an old bridge and you can view the falls both above and below the bridge (with a little careful rock climbing). French Broad Cascade flows past and old mill and is joined by another cascade so you get two for one. Unfortunately the mill wheel has been removed and a new bridge has been built over the falls so it has lost a bit of the charm from some of the photos Damien saw while planning ...
... Lizzie, as you are writing a travel blog how would you describe this hike?'. Considering I wasn't a shade of purple and profusely sweating I would describe it as a gentle stroll. I think he had been a little panicked that the obesity epidemic had taken the USA by storm and as well as having their favourite word as 'more', they were advertising a 'gentle afternoon stroll' as an 'intense hike'. The campsite was like a set of an American movie. This was the way I ...