Days Inn Lexington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is only sort of marginally cold enough, and I think tomorrow it will be time for a meal in a restaurant.
so much for my complaints. Today we drove from Chambersburg, PA, to Durbin, West Virginia. The last 50 or 60 miles were beautiful, and would have been even nicer if it hadn't been too cloudy to see what must have been spectacular views from 3700 fee high. The campground we're in Is adjacent to the tracks and station of ...
... famous horse and finally thousands
of people from every walk of life. After parading around town and
through the College it ended at the College Chapel with concluding
cannon fire by cadets from nearby Virginia Military Institute. All were
permitted to past by the bier of the General. The following day, a
service was conducted and the body was placed in the basement ...
We had an 85 mile ride today up Vesuvius, 3 miles of 8 to 17 % grade climbing. 7 of us did it and will sleep well tonight! I sagged in to the 30 mile mark and continued on the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway for 20 miles...glorious and wonderful...beautiful weather and our alter group of 10 did 50 miles of cycling today and feel great. Kudos to the rabbits that ride it ...
We had a nice cruise into the Shenandoah Valley to Natural Bridge today. The Adventure cycling route follows less traveled rural roads so we see small, well-kept farms and the light traffic allows us to enjoy the bird songs with the scenery. ...
... home on leave when his wife was dying (the officer subsequently quit and went home anyway), but on the other hand, he liked to play practical jokes on his wife, such as jumping out at her from behind the door brandishing his sword and scaring her half to death. He also traveled rather extensively in Europe and spent a lot of vacation time in New York. More cosmopolitan than one thinks of the average Confederate officer as being.