Hampton Inn Mount Airy
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Mount Airy
... tiger swallowtail butterflies here, taking advantage of what flowers there were. Soon we came to what used to be the restaurant and gift shop that are now closed then crossed the parkway and walked past the also-closed lodge. Apparently budget cuts and a lack of private partnerships have shuttered these amenities. Past the lodge, we stopped at the Wildcat Rock Overlook and had lunch here. This spot had perhaps the best ...
... trouble finding a place to park. In past years, there was never more than one or two cars parked here - a good thing since there isn’t much room. But apparently, this place is getting more popular and we had to really squeeze the cars in. Once everyone was ready, we started off on the trail, turning right after crossing the bridge to hike the loop in the clockwise direction. Although its possible to start ...
... we had our passports, Japan rail passes and other necessary travel documents, we threw everything in the back of our rental car and headed out to begin our journey. Tonight we are driving to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania to stay overnight in a hotel. We will get up early in the morning and head to JFK airport in New ...
Went to Pilot Mountain State Park today for a hike around the Monadnock from the top of the park. The day was beautiful and clear and here were a lot of Vultures, Ravens and red-Tailed Hawks soaring around the high peak. The most incredible was that we were here one year after a fire burned to the top of the mountain and were able to see the response from the heath plants like Mt. Laurel and Rhododendron as well as the trees like post Oak and Sassafras. There was a lot of very ...
... began to get steeper and steeper as it climbed up Moore’s Wall to the highest point in the park. It wasn’t terribly hot today, but the temperature and humidity made for a sweaty hike up the steep rocky trail. Eventually, the trail reaches the ridgeline along Moore’s Wall and the levels out a bit, with many scenic rock formations and cliffs along the trail, before the final push up to the summit of ...