Hampton Inn Christiansburg/Blacksburg
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... along the trail here. When we got to the split to go down to Cascades, we continued on the trail another half-mile to Upper Cascades. There’s a split in the trail and we went right to head to the Upper Cascades. This was my first time to the area when the waterfalls weren’t frozen, so it was interesting to see them in their normal state. Due to the rain over the past day, the Upper Cascades was flowing quite well. We climbed down the ...
... and then headed up past the waterfall. There were a bunch of small cascades where the water flows over deposits from the creek. We continued on and turned right at the next fork to follow the red-blazed Chamberlain Trail up to the top of the ridge. The trail is moderately steep, but nothing too strenuous. At the top, the trail makes a short loop around the summit, but the dense vegetation at the top prevented any ...
... and quit caffeine. It's not going too well. Other than the coffee ordeal, I got a job with my University teaching children's yoga!! I have so many emotions about it; nervous, excited, anxious, happy.. It's going to be quite the learning experience.
Since I'm off from school this semester, I've had too much free time. I practice yoga, and explore some of ...
... you could possibly need: jet ski, boat, wakeboard, skis, food, drinks, ice cream of every flavor and lots of love. We spent the days on the lake in the sun after a good breakfast from Grandma Dorothy. We'd ski and wakeboard for the morning before going up to make lunch for ourselves. Then grandpa Al would take us on an afternoon excursion to the bridge to feed the ...
... mobile workplaces. On reflection Roanoke had been a good choice to stay for the conclusion of our holiday. It was a small city/town, going about it's business, nestled in a valley between the mountains of Virginia and we felt at home here and took it easy. Tomorrow will be an early start as we set off to Washington Airport and the return of the hire car. We have booked a night in an airport hotel before our flight on Friday lunch time. ...