Hampton Inn University Harrisonburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... into the home, and they lived there for the next 24 years, with the exception of his two terms as president. At its height, Monroe owned 3,500 acres, but, like Jefferson, he ran into financial difficulties and was forced to sell Highland in 1825. Our founding fathers were apparently good at forming new nations but really bad at money management. And, sadly, there were no privy structures to tour at Monroe's home, so I was not able to add another photo of ...
... and 1 was from Ontario. We went into Wal-Mart to pick up some supplies and when we came back to our van they were all standing outside talking. Chris said Bonjour and we had a nice little conversation with them. They were 3 couples making their way down to Florida together. They had the huge bus campervans with their cars pulled behind them. Maybe one day Chris and I will upgrade to something like that but for now our Westy is our happy little ...
We stayed a second night in Lexington and visited the mostamazingdogparkever three more times. By the end Lily had actually burned off all excess energy and seemed ready to get back in the car for a nap (all those dogs, all that grass, so much to do!) We set off for eastern Kentucky and the beginning of our journey through the Appalachian Mountains. Again, we took one of the state parkways, this time the Kentucky Mountain Parkway. I ...
... to the loud, incessant NOAA radio alert tones is affecting my health more than the slim possibliity of taking a direct hit from a tornado. I make a command decision and turn off all of the electronic warning devices. I am resigned to let nature take its course.
Upon awakening the next morning I find that the tornado watch has been extended until1500 hours this afternoon, or 19 hours longer than the first notification. Holy Cripes! ...
... and much cooler than it had been. So, for my first travel blog, this is it. Now that I have some experience with it, the next trip on August 11, will be jam packed with school visits from Philadelphia to Greensboro, North Carolina (and other stops along the way). So stayed tuned for The Great Virginia/North Carolina College Tour, Part 2...coming ...