La Quinta Inn Radford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... guys, in case you were wondering) who were headed to the same place, and I decided to hike with them. We had been passing each other back and forth the past few days, but that day our distances finally lined up due to the lack of other camping options. I decided that, for the immediate future at least, I'd hang out with them, since recently I hadn't been seeing anyone else I knew (and just few northbound hikers in general, strangely enough).
We decided to do a ...
... and an RV park for the night. It took awhile to get through Roanoke, we were in rush hour by then plus the sky suddenly turned black and then it started raining hard, but we eventually got to a nice spot in Salem. (Have I mentioned that I really, really like my GPS?) Considering that the hillsides here are still very green and the views would be pretty obscure in this variable weather, I’m very glad not to be driving high up on a ...
... where we pick up our international flight at 6:40 pm. Arrival is in Dublin, Ireland at the ungodly hour of 6:40 am, or there abouts, on Sunday, September 28th. Follow along as we explore! We're new at this "blogging thing" so hope you'll be patient as we figure out how it all works. We'll add pictures as well (we hope).
... the application here--pretty interesting!) largely because of the mansions. Bramwell, though a tiny town, was once the richest town in America, when figured on a per-capita basis. Because of mining in the immediate vicinity, a great many millionaires lived and built houses in Bramwell. The train station has been restored and is another unit in the National Coal Heritage Area, a unit ...