Lafayette Inn And Restaurant
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- All-Suites Property
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
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... sold, including his slaves and beloved Monticello.
Sadly, we have to leave this place tomorrow. There are other things, time permitting, we would enjoy seeing: James Madison’s home – Montpelier, and Monroe’s house, Ash-Lawn Highland, and maybe lunch at the Miche Tavern which has welcomed guests for over 200 years. Oh well, you can’t do it all, but we are certainly glad we got to see the beautiful house on the hill – ...
... reserved in Charlottesville (about 45 mins from Lockn') for last night and are working on securing a 2nd night. We knew this would be an adventure!! Just glad we weren't there when the storm blew through! Now, we need to find some Lockn' friends and have a party of our ...
... religious freedom and the founder of the University of Virginia. After we treked back to the car and thankfully Jerry knew where it was, we ate our chips and drank our drinks and decided for sure to have sandwiches on Monday!
The next spot to visit was Michie's Tavern. We didn't want to eat but we did visit the shops. The General Store had a lot of interesting doodads and also a beer and wine tasting. The lady in ...
... with violins and a bass guitar
providing background music.
Back at the
camp and having at least 10 km of mountain trail on the clock, we had done our
exercise for the day. We stayed two nights there as it was weekend and we had
to take ‘ Black Bear ‘ to the doctor on Monday morning. The recommended garage
by a Ranger from the Park we could not find, got horribly lost and eventually
... So through many tears I decided to pick her up and lift her to the water bowl and physically support her and tipped her body forward slightly so that I could see if she wanted to drink. And she did! She was able to drink whilst I was supporting her. I'm glad I can now get fluid into her. I also got some soapy warm water and washed off all the blood that was on her body and around her neck. I sprayed her neck with an antiseptic spray so will continue doing that for the next few ...