Quality Inn Waynesboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On our way out from Washington D.C. we decided to stop at Arlington Cemetery, but not for long. After arriving we immediately felt a strange sadness everywhere. It was probably the saddest places I have ever been to in my life. We only stayed for about 30 minutes. We could not stay any longer even if we tried. the only things of note that we did witness there was J.F.K.'s ...
The next morning we woke up ready to take advantage of another day of trails. It cost 15 dollars to enter the Skyline drive so we knew we had to use it as much as possible. We drove to the Hawksbill Gap that had the highest peak along the mountain range at 4000ft. The trail was only 2.9miles but it followed the Appalachian trail and was pretty challenging during parts. The fallen leaves actually made things harder because they filled up holes ...
... have bestowed upon us this last week :) After the trail magic.....up another hill to an awesome camp site, soft ground, a large/hot fire, and a great night of DRY sleep! Saturday, May 31 2014 Up early, good start to the day - a 22 mile day with big hills everywhere. Hit up Spy Rock for break at 11:40, had a lot of food, and a good/long rest :) No name had trail magic for us! Was perfect timing! His wife was running the A.T., he is her support. Found out Digger hurt ...
... in April of 1865.
Johnson had so many problems with Congress. He was in favor of reconciliation with the south rather than reconstruction. Congress disagreed and the result was eventually impeachment, but Johnson was not convicted. He moved back home in 1869 and in July of 1875 died of a stroke.
I visited his house in Greeneville as well. Very nice tour.
Strange, Greeneville is usually spelled with ...
... play home games in Roanoke. During the 1971–1972 season, the Squires split home games among Richmond, Norfolk, Hampton Roads, and Roanoke. Julius Erving (who is two days older than I am) played his professional rookie season with the Squires in 1971–1972.
We hop off the Parkway for a few minutes in Roanoke for gas and lunch. Neither is worth mentioning; gas is gas, and our roadside diner experience would rate a poor review ...