Travel Blogs from Martinsville
... 45am but because of the cold snap they delayed it to 9.45am. We got them to school just before 9.45am and they meet their buddy for the day and went off to class while we hung out in the gym eating the spread they had put on for us. Bojangles is a chicken place over here but they must do coffee as well as the school had a couple of boxes of coffee, yep coffee in a box just like wine in a cask!
They have a pretty good audio visual unit at school and every morning they have a ...
... on something I can't get in Australia, but have had before. Come to pappa bottle of Old Grand-Dad.
Back in the van and the weather is not really good. It is only 3.30pm but it is dark as it is raining and starting to get foggy in patches. We had a quick stop of at the University of Virginia. Finally got out of a bookshop with a double digit bill. Back in the vans and then further onto Rocky Mount.
Petrol stop at Lynchberg and then we ...
... expensive in Greensboro, so we opted to drive to Reidsville, which is only 20 or so miles from there but has cheaper hotel rates. After checking into a Days Inn, we asked the girl at the desk for a recommendation of a good place to eat. She recommended a restaurant called the Mayflower...it's her favourite, so off we go in search of a good meal. The first thing that we noticed about North Carolina was how the people here spoke with a much ...
... began to get steeper and steeper as it climbed up Moore’s Wall to the highest point in the park. It wasn’t terribly hot today, but the temperature and humidity made for a sweaty hike up the steep rocky trail. Eventually, the trail reaches the ridgeline along Moore’s Wall and the levels out a bit, with many scenic rock formations and cliffs along the trail, before the final push up to the summit of ...
... headed back up to the parking area, passing a rather large old chimney on the way. This must have been a big building for such a large chimney, but it's not clear whether it was a home or something else as only the chimney remained. Back at the cars, we continued on our way to Grayson Highlands. We set up our tent and had dinner, heading to bed relatively early as we needed our rest for a long hike ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center