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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is beautiful. In fact today's drive was the prettiest we have had. The rolling green hills of northern Tennessee and southern Virginia are a sight to behold. The horse farms, the small towns, and the gorgeous scenery were well worth fighting the heavy traffic.
We arrived at the KOA about 5:30 PM (we lost an hour when we crossed into the Eastern time zone). We dropped trailers and headed ...
Long travel day today, got in at 3:45pm. Was actually on Blue Ridge Parkway for little bit, then it got REALLY interesting. LOVE this campsite. We are actually sitting outside voluntarily at 4pm and enjoying it. Still humid but wonderfully cooler. Fireflies! Babbling brook sounds soooo ...
... describe it. I will say that it is the most spectacular thing that I have ever seen other than the Grand Canyon. To think that nature created it is absolutely amazing. We hiked on and reached the Monocan Indian Village. It was interesting to see how they lived and I took several pictures. We hiked on to the Saltpetre Mine. Don't really know what is was other than the entrance to a cave that was chained off. So we took off for the waterfall. We ...
... It's definitely not a little hamlet nor a village. It's just a town with little of interest.
The next stop was the General Store just down from Misty Mountain. Another disappointment. It's a yuppy store with a lot of wine, high priced relishes, cheeses, etc. Nothing of interest to us. We still haven't bought our Virginia souvenir. Wish we had gotten the bowl at Monticello!
... which used to be underground, until the street was lowered, to make the hill easier for the horses to climb!
After a stroll through historic neighborhoods, we entered the campus of Washington and Lee University. The name Washington was first attached to the college when George gave the struggling school a $20,000 endowment. Then in 1865, Gen. Robert E. Lee became the President, and ...