Holiday Inn Roanoke - Tanglewood
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 1058) to Falls of Dismal. Although it’s nothing like the spectacular the Dismal Falls of North Carolina, Virginia’s Dismal Falls was very scenic. The water level was a little low, but the leaves were starting to change, making for a very pretty scene. There were also some cool rock formations along the creek near the falls. We climbed around on the rocks, getting pictures of the waterfall from ...
... a stick of right guard alone isn't getting the job done... - I didn't check ahead when the breakfast store opened. It was posted when I ate dinner there but declined to look. - I didn't check ahead that the only restaurant within 6 miles of my location tonight closed, so I have gas station dinner. Good local peaches and blueberry fritter though. I saw a ton of confederate flags and signs that said support our troops. It was ...
... would be. I did get to see my extended family in the short weeks I was at my parents' house, which was much needed. I saw my friends from home and got to spend time with my puppies. Overall, it was really nice to be home.
Of course I waited to long to pack my things before moving and I left the coffee maker in NJ. So, being ridiculously broke, I decided ...
... ski and wakeboard, Colleen got up on slalom again and learnt to 360 on the knee board, I just practiced a bit and got a lot more comfy on the wakeboard and kneeboard. All in all, I left the lake with a happy heart and a refreshed body. Ready for the next couple weeks ahead. It was rather sad getting into the car for the last time as a family, but it had been an incredible ...
... accent. Why do you think it sounds Australian?" She replied "I wouldn't have a clue, I really couldn't tell the difference!!" Now I know a lot of people both English and Australian that would be really upset by that kind of answer!! We eventually found our way down along a long winding road that our lady friend had explained was a tollroad when the mountain was in private hands, but was now no longer in use. The old Toll Gate had ...