Red Roof Inn Winchester, VA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... reason, it's a struggle to get them into the suitcase. I guess I am hoping that my belongings will put themselves in the suitcase!!!
The packing to do list is made, so I guess I need to stop blogging and start packing! I cannot wait to share our travel adventures with you all. I know this trip is going to be AMAZING!!! An adventure awaits and I am ready for it!
No pictures today. The remote to Go Pro died. The ride was generally nice. Started off cool in Ct. and I had to add a couple of layers. I rode 427 Miles today and stopped for lunch. Winchester VA begins the fun part of the ride. Skyline Drive to Roanoke Va. then I jump on I- 81 again to Wytheville VA. Trying Natty Greens English Style IPA from North Carolina. Not bad. More tomorrow and I promise I'll stop for pictures.
... portion that is shaded and by the creek. We took a short drive north over the Potomac into Maryland to an antique store. After that we picked up our Thursday pizza and filled the car for tomorrow.
We had some excitement tonight...three police cars with sirens and lights and one ambulance went in the area across from us. We had ridden back there on ...
... 10:30am, and we have rode 10 miles! Everyone is still positive, but I know I will be paying for this mistake in another 6 hours!
After a snack, we restart our ride, this time following the correct trail. It rained the night before, so there are many puddles and 1-inch mud spots that cross the whole trail. Overall the condition is not too bad, but there is quite a lot of swerving and navigating around these ...
... met in the town with their Iroquois allies to coordinate maneuvers against the French and their Native American allies during the French and Indian War.
By 1738 this settlement became known as Frederick Town later became Winchester, named after the birthplace of Colonel James Wood, an immigrant from Winchester, England. He laid out 26 half-acre (2,000 mē) lots around 1741, ...