Quality Inn Roanoke Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... in the visitor centre to get a map to indicate our way back down without getting lost. A very nice lady, obviously very proud of her mountain and all the splendour it offered gave us a map and sent us on our way, before we set off she asked (as they all do), where we came from. My answer as usual was, we live in Australia but we originally come from England. She retorted, "and what accent are you speaking in now", I replied "I am pretty sure ...
... return to suburbia. We had one more day here before the drive back to Washington Dulles and our eventual flight home, so we filled the car with petrol (gas) for the journey. The beauty of having a small car was in its petrol consumption, I don't think we spent much more than $100 for the entire trip, the price of which in the main was $2.20 a gallon (about 1.50 sterling) and remember thats gallons! Tomorrow we would tackle the mountain (well large ...
... that a jogger had been attacked on Sunday. Of course sadly this was not an uncommon occurrence whether you are in America, England or Australia. As they said on the television the next day "just another chancer who has ended up in the County Jail"! We completed the route and returned to the town, the time now nearing 2pm. Obviously, 'Flan****ns' had an obvious calling, we entered and found ourselves the only customers. The beer still tasted nice ...
It's a nearly 6 hour drive to a town (or city as Americans like to call all towns) called Roanoke. We chose the place because it is located in a valley between the Smoky Mountains, the Shenandoah National Park and of course the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The journey was a lot more scenic than some as we climbed at times through the passes carved out of the rock to form ...
... to most of the group. They are heading back to New York to head home. Joined by new people. Les and Rachel from Perth are sitting behind me. We went to Williamsburg, a functioning colonial town, or some such. Just lots of shops and taverns. A few people walking around in colonial gear. Then we caught a commuter ferry from Jamestown to Scotland. I seemed to be dead asleep for a good hour. Think 2 weeks of going non-stop has caught up with me. We had a 50minute stop at ...