Hampton Inn Harrisonburg South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I surprisingly was able to sleep last night, despite my excitement about heading to France, but woke up pretty early, so thought I would start trying out this travel blog while enjoying a cup of coffee. So the big day is here! Bags are packed, and the kitties have succeeded quite well in giving us the guilt trip, but we know and have tried to assure them that ...
... he started using Woodrow) Woodrow Wilson 28th President (1913--1921) birth home (1856-1923) and museum. His father was a Presbyterian Minister and was paid quite well as this house here where he was born and lived until age 3 was 4,000 sf and included 3 slaves and $1000 year. The family moved to Augusta where his father was minister of a church there during the Civil War. Woodrow had problems reading (probably dyslexic) and taught himself ...
... I was hopeful that they would stop so we could chat but they never did. Interestingly enough we saw a number of bikers and even more interesting they were all going up hill albeit with a struggle. Some of them tittered so much I was afraid they'd fall in our path. We stopped at several lookouts and took lots of pictures. I tried to get a picture of the name of each lookout so we could know exactly where everything was taken. We'll see how ...
... change his plans whenever he saw something he wanted to add. It is very palatial as are the grounds. We wandered around there for a couple of hours. There were also some huge trees there and interestingly enough they had large branches sprouting in different directions. Some of them looked like they'd been tied in a knot. Jefferson wanted to be remembered for three things: the Declaration of Independence, author of ...
... 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 ...