Hampton Inn University Harrisonburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... br> We got as far as Harrisonburg, Virginia where we found a nice little KOA cabin to take shelter in. Now, apparently this KOA was special because not only was there a great place to eat near by, but they actually did deliveries to the KOA! Once we found this out we took the chance to have a nice hot meal brought to our door. And no regrets were had that night.
... we had built up a great sweat and a good appetite. We took some quick showers at the campsite, had a quick lunch of soup and salad and then started to drive. We had managed to do all the hiking before 1pm so we had a full day ahead of us still. We drove through a bit more of the skyline drive before cutting our way out and to the west towards Harrisonburg Virginia. It is a nice college town nestled right between the mountain ranges of Shenandoah ...
... 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 ...
... is a beautiful house in a beautiful setting. How incredible it must have been to live there and see such a sight as the fabulous Virginia countryside and hills every morning. Jefferson had 5000 acres so he wasn't bothered by pesky subdivisions and cars and lights from town. Of course, to handle so much land, he also had up to 200 slaves at a time. While he didn't like slavery, he was ...