Days Inn Lexington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... staying at an inn at Natural Bridge tonight. This property was once owned by Thomas Jefferson having acquired it by deed from King George III in 1774. Was it a bribe for his loyalty! It was a very extensive land grant and unusual at the ...
Left Nashville and had a pretty bad breakfast experience at Waffle House. After eddies meltdown, we regrouped and made some headway thru most of Virginia. Against eddies will, we stopped at a TA rest stop and had a late dinner before turning in for the night. Tomorrow we should make it home if we can survive Eddie :)) Cherri is still pretty much confined to the ...
31 May 2014
Waking up the next morning in a log cabin deep in the Virginia forest on the slopes of the Old Rag Mountains which is part of the Blue Ridge Mountains, what a privilege to have a friend like Loretta.
It all started in the late 90's when we arrived with our sailboat in Port Kinsale Marina. It was a Sunday and there was a Grand Prix on, fanatic as I am about F1, I asked ...
... mile scenic route straddling the Appalachian Mountains, running from Virginia, south through to Cherokee, North Carolina. After joining the parkway we had a late lunch at Humpback Rocks (scenic look out), at the 6 mile mark. As it was getting dark we exited the parkway at the 45 mile mark (not before seeing afew deer!), and made our way here to Motel 6 in Lexington.
Looking forward to tomorrows drive.. the scenery is awesome, and there is hardly ...