Hampton Inn Harrisonburg South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Harrisonburg
... It has been 90 degrees with 50% humidity while my ideal riding temperature is 60 and dry. My pace in the mornings has been 13-14mph but from noon-5 it drops to 5-7mph. Part of it is that I am starting to hit hills but the hills are harder with the heat because my energy is totally sapped. I am drinking 8+ liters of water a day and still constantly have a dehydration head ache. It isn't possible to drink anymore without throwing up. When I set St. Louis as an arbitrary airport to fly out ...
... who stay for 4-8 weeks. We chatted to one of the hosts - he and his wife certainly live in reasonable luxury when they are camping. His fifth wheeler is towed by a F350. The vast majority of caravans, fifth wheelers and motor homes make our caravan at 18 feet look decidedly tiny. This is bear country however we didn't see any. We had to sign off that we knew how to store food, rubbish, worn clothing etc. The tent sites have food storage enclosures to secure ...
... we looked out for interesting bugs, lichens on the rocks, and different kinds of trees and leaves. We saw more millipedes and centipedes then we had ever seen before. It was crowded at the falls as this is one of the more popular hikes in the park. We hung out and took pictures and that is when an unfortunate accident occurred. Dulcey was standing on the rocks below the falls taking pictures when she lost her footing on the slippery rocks. She ...
... recommended to us by the woman behind the front desk. It wasn't bad - good thing too, as it seemed like it was the only place in town that was still open. After a pizza, a water and a root beer, we were all done and back at our little motel in no time. Bed was the only thing now - in anticipation of our scenic by-way drive ...
... out and back to Lewis Falls and a 2.6 mile out and back to the summit of Hawksbill Peak (the highest mountain in the park). We left breakfast (and our hiking maps) and headed out for the first trek.
Realizing we left our maps, we stopped at the visitor's center at the trailhead near Lewis Falls and was recommended to take a 3.3 mile loop to the falls rather than the out and back. The trail was rocky and steep on the way down, probably a ...