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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I am writing this post on my phone sitting in a bunk of a church hostel with no phone service, so this will be posted whenever I get service again. Church hostel you ask? That will be the topic of the next post. I had never been afraid of or chased by dogs before and I thought Bicycle Bill was being a bit melodramatic to be so concerned. Turns out he was right. I got chased 2 days ago, and then twice today, where the dog physically ran into the street ...
Yesterday was a driving day, we set off from Nashville and other than a stop for lunch when we stopped at a park and played football or frisbee we drove for most of the day and went to Virginia. The drive was very pretty, the countryside has started to look more and more like the UK, lots of trees, fields and rolling hills. It has also got much cooler which is great as well. The campsite last night was lovely, had a nice swim and a relax and made ...
... got underway.
It may have been just the accumulation of the last few days but I had to stop several times during the day for a break - just could not concentrate for more than an hour at a time.
Finally pulled up at the Best Western Radford - nice shower and a night in with Pizza!
... br> We then headed back through Brevard and headed further North to start our return to New York. It is a little sad now that we are at the begining of the end of our holiday. We drove about 4 hours up the road before finding a hotel for the night. For dinner we headed to "Shoney's" which is much like Sizzler only not as classy! We were offered a full buffet but a quick glance told us that we better try to order something off the menu. Funnily enough the meals we ordered were pretty good! ...
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