Knights Inn Salem Roanoke Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we could squeeze in for a picture. One was particularly interesting – it really resembled a face with two small caves high up as the eyes, a protrusion that looked like a nose, and a wide cave at the bottom that resembled a mouth. As we hiked back through the open area, we saw a little red eft, the terrestrial juvenile stage of the eastern newt. We finished up our hike and then headed back towards Christiansburg. ...
... the daily mileage allowance: - I took a wrong turn down a big hill today and before I realized the mistake, it added 7 miles and an hour of mostly hill climbing to the day. - Not eating enough. I was chugging water up the hill yesterday and had to pee often enough but still felt feint. It was then I realized I hadn't had a full meal all day and the 8oz block of cookies n cream fudge I bought was not working. - I mailed home an outfit ...
I'm back at school again. Mom drove down which was nice since I haven't been passenger on the 7 hour trip down in years. I'm loving the freedom I have again. Don't get me wrong, living at home has its perks, but it also has its disadvantages. Going from totally free and independent to rules set by your parents wasn't a smooth a transition as I ...
... you could possibly need: jet ski, boat, wakeboard, skis, food, drinks, ice cream of every flavor and lots of love. We spent the days on the lake in the sun after a good breakfast from Grandma Dorothy. We'd ski and wakeboard for the morning before going up to make lunch for ourselves. Then grandpa Al would take us on an afternoon excursion to the bridge to feed the ...
... 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 ...