Hampton Inn Mount Airy
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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9:30 Dinner at Mercato
Check-in if room available
Walk across street to Fairway Market and stock up on goodies
If not so hungry, walk down to Levain pastry
Walk back to hotel
Leave around 5:45 to head to subway and theatre
6:30 – 9:00 Lion King (print tickets)
9:30 Dinner at ...
We are a party of four, who love to laugh, eat, exercise and give thanks. I can't think of a more wonderful group to spend 4 days with in NY city! Will post itinerary soon but it will be exhausting, exhilarating and exactly what we need! Love to my special ...
... our close to 30 lb packs and proceeded to hike almost 2 and a half miles up the mountain to reach our destination. Turns out we were misguided and ended up hiking up the entire mountain with full gear instead of climbing it... at this point we just enjoyed the view, had nice conversation, took beautiful picturess and wondered back down the mountain climblessly... we deemed it our "rest day."
All of this exertion worked me up an appetite so we went on ...
... put the distance we had hiked in perspective. After the saddle, it pretty much was all downhill following Flat Rock Ridge Trail back to the bottom. As we approached the end, the sounds of cars and motorcycles on Long Bottom Road and flowing water along Basin Creek indicated our hike was almost complete. In the end, it took about 8 hours to complete our 17-mile hike. Not bad, considering the distance and elevation gain.
... there are several ladders to climb over the fences that contain the cows. One stretch of barbed-wire fence, however, did not have a ladder to cross. It wasn’t very high, so easy enough to cross without the fence, but it could be dangerous if someone didn’t see it. After Grassy Knoll, we started to head back down into the gorge. Hiking through the last open area before the gorge, we saw a large herd ...