Hampton Inn Winchester-University/Mall Area
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We have enjoyed our stay here and it has been real quiet except for the weekends, when all the locals take advantage of the scenery and weather. It is good to see people out and enjoying nature. We will be moving on tomorrow to Hungry Mother State Park in Marion, Va.
We have taken several hikes in the park ...
... round trip. It was nice to get out and hike as we hadn't done much in the last few weeks. I really needed it as the Amish Baked goods had done a number on me:))
We also drove several miles along the Skyline and enjoyed the beautiful views.
We have been on the road over 100 days and are really enjoying our trip. Hope to be home the first of October unless we see some place else we have to go.
And remember -- Life is Good!!
For the last couple of days that we were in Spain, we went to Madrid. We had an amazing time touring the Royal Palace on our last full day. It was so beautiful and I was so sad I wasn't allowed to take any pictures of it. We walked around for a long time that day, and I realized something I would not miss is the heat in Madrid. There is a common saying in Spain that goes, "de Madrid al Cielo," literally meaning "from Madrid to Heaven" - comparing Madrid to ...
... someone with a guitar. I give him my web blog address.
"Do you play?" I ask
"I took a lesson one time and the teacher told me 'don't waste your parent's money--you'll never learn'. But I do sing karaoke!"
It's about lunchtime, and today I've planned ahead. I've placed my bicycle partway down the road so I can backtrack to town and get my favorite travel meal here in America: all you can eat Chinese buffet. And this one is an absolute ...
... at a cornfield, I can almost picture Union soldiers running out, fleeing the barrage of bullets. Once again this is a reminder of the deadly lack of imagination and willingness to adapt during the Civil War. New bullets that could hit a target much farther away... guns that were faster to load... Artillery shells packed with hundreds of bullets... all these made traditional warfare of marching in formation obsolete. But the generals of the Civil War just couldn't see ...