Days Inn Lexington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ready!) one last little trip outside for our dog Rocket. We are meeting Sannie and Bruce (Bob's sisters and husband) at the Dulles airport. They are flying from Nashville. Flight scheduled to leave at 5:50pm. Landing in Brussels for layover then on to Prague. Happy Good Friday to all who are following our travels. I hope it ...
... rusty. Today will take us six hours south to Lexington, Virginia. This is just a pit stop until tomorrow when we drive seven hours to a suburb of Atlanta called Suwanee, Georgia. After that, things get real. Here's a quick breakdown of the trip:
1) One night in Lexington, Virginia to explore the local Howard Johnson and all the cultural insight it has to offer.
2) One night in Suwanee, Georgia...because ya know....who wants to ...
Starting to lay out clothes and gather travel books. It is supposed to be in the fifties everyday, so I am trying to take a different scarf for each day. Last time we were in Europe it looked like I wore a black coat very day. I have a Couple of scarves going in lieu of owners. We have euros, florent and koruna. Ready to ...
This past weekend, we headed up to Snowshoe, WV for a long weekend of skiing, snowstorms, and frozen waterfalls. In past years, we had driven up on Friday and skiied Saturday and Sunday and returned on Monday. Saturday’s the busiest skiing day, so this year, we drove up Saturday, skiied Sunday and Monday, and then drove back Tuesday, hoping to encounter fewer people on the slopes. We left early Saturday morning as we planned to ...
... told, many living Lexington residents were born right there. The house is now owned by VMI, and has been restored to the condition it was in when the Jacksons lived in it. Quite a few of the furnishings are original, as Mrs. Jackson took them with her when she moved out, and they stayed in the family. A few key pieces are not here, and the tour guide spoke of them with some asperity, as they are in the Museum of the Confederacy ...