Hampton Inn University Harrisonburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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On our way out from Washington D.C. we decided to stop at Arlington Cemetery, but not for long. After arriving we immediately felt a strange sadness everywhere. It was probably the saddest places I have ever been to in my life. We only stayed for about 30 minutes. We could not stay any longer even if we tried. the only things of note that we did witness there was J.F.K.'s ...
... visitor’s center. We were heading back there so he hopped in and told us some of his stories while we drove. He was in his 50s and had been hiking bits of the Appalachian trail for 10 years. He was also a deep sea diver and spent some times swimming around the shipwrecks in Nova Scotia. Overall a really cool guy! He was going to the visitors center to pick up some supplies for the next leg of his hike so we dropped him off and made our way ...
... checked in, ate and Tori swam for an hour. We are still fairly disorganized about packing and unpacking so I am beginning to feel more comfortable about being seen in public in my PJ's. Tori has no problem with it. We are supposed to be having a super moon but it looks fairly normal to ...
... up into West Virginia along the 'Country Music Highway' and the Big Sandy River, ending up in the state capitol, Charleston.
West Virginia is one of three US states that I had never set foot in (Alaska and North Dakota being the other two). I only had a vague concepts in my mind (coal, poverty, beautiful, wild). Though I didn't spend a lot of time there, Charleston seemed a prosperous and charming city, with at least one ...
... my student teaching in a middle school (I had such an amazing experience there!), and I will be completing the second half of my student teaching in a private school/center for students with disabilities. The center has so many wonderful services that their community members have access to, but I will let you know more when I get there so I can give you the most accurate information (just in case you are paying very close attention. :-p)