Holiday Inn Roanoke Valley View
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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 ...
The Blue Ridge Parkway runs for 469 miles from Tennessee in the south up to Northern Virginia. It's highest point 6047 feet, soon after the highway commences. It is designed with numerous scenic overlooks and access all the way to the towns and cities along the way. The mountain range is full of tracks, waterfalls and camping grounds. We decided we would today take the car and drive part of the way and see what it had to offer near to us. It took ...
... the town centre and along the path and then choose a direction to take by the river, we went right. The path meandered by the river or the huge railway yards that Roanoke is quite famous for. We met cyclists, joggers and general walkers such as ourselves. It was a very pleasant walk over bridges and under overpasses. We came across an interview with a police officer and a local television station and thought no more until we discovered the ...
... from 55 mph through to 70, but you can almost guarantee that most will travel at about 20 mph over the limit, trucks included! It does at times make for a stressful time, especially in a small car such as ours. We arrived in Roanoke at about 3pm as planned and the motel turned out really nice as usual, a quick look at good old google and an Indian Restaurant looked the go for ...
... 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 ...