Hampton Inn Roanoke/Salem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... amazement and gasps of pure astonishment as you take this claim in!!! Anyway, we set off on our journey onwards and upwards. The suburban roads gave way to a track which climbed at a surprisingly gentle incline through the deciduous woodlands and up to the peak. There, we were greeted by the more less ambitious tourists and locals who had driven their cars up in the normal way. There sure enough was the star, looking even more tacky from ...
... idea to park the car and walk back to take some photographs. The really low railings on the bridge (approx .7 of a metre) gave a very insecure feeling, the problem being it felt that the handrails would not save you if you fell against them. Walking over the bridge on the narrow footpath gave a severe touch of vertigo. We drove for some little distance south and stopped at numerous overlooks. We took a drive up Roan Mountain which thankfully had ...
... the barmaid explained this was a typical Monday in Roanoke. That evening we visited a place with an interesting name 'Awful Arthur's', it was a seafood restaurant and sold things such as Seafood Jambalaya, crab claws, oysters etc. Debbie had seafood risotto whilst I tried the Jambalaya, both were very good. Our hotel is well place here and we walked back along the other end of the Greenway. We were always ready for bed following 10 mile walks during the ...
... As always we chose a place to stop and change drivers, this turned out to be a place called Kingsport, Tennessee. We always choose a Walmart if possible, for toilet, stock up and fuelling opportunities. In the U.S. they also have 'Rest Stops' which provide very clean toilets, vending machines and picnic areas about every 50 miles, these are very good to pull in for a stretch ...
... to most of the group. They are heading back to New York to head home. Joined by new people. Les and Rachel from Perth are sitting behind me. We went to Williamsburg, a functioning colonial town, or some such. Just lots of shops and taverns. A few people walking around in colonial gear. Then we caught a commuter ferry from Jamestown to Scotland. I seemed to be dead asleep for a good hour. Think 2 weeks of going non-stop has caught up with me. We had a 50minute stop at ...