Red Roof Inn Charlottesville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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Tuesday morning, we woke up to very cold temperatures, but at least the snow had stopped. We checked out of the hotel and returned our ski gear to Ski Barn and then started making our way home. But we didn’t head straight home; with all the recent snow, we were going to see some more frozen waterfalls! Once in Virginia, we continued heading east, eventually getting on I-81 and taking VA-56 east into George Washington National Forest to Crabtree Falls Day Use ...
... the estates are all surrounded by white or brown fences with
well-manicured bright green grass with horses and thick black Angus cattle.
The area is also one of two densest concentrations of
wineries in Virginia. With charges of around $6 or $7 per tasting in this
popular wine region it’s no longer the great bargain it was when I lived in
Virginia more than twenty years ago when there were fewer wineries but you could
go from one ...
... Civil War. Strangely, I found visiting a battlefield was a quiet, peaceful, and spiritual experience.
I took a few pictures at both locations. IF YOU CLICK ON THE INDIVIDUAL PICTURES YOU WILL SEE AN EXPLANATION OF THE SUBJECT PICTURED. HOWEVER, RUNNING A SLIDESHOW DOES NOT SHOW THAT INFORMATION. Just an FYI.....Hope you ...
How nice to be out of the big cities, to smell the fresh air, and my USA history lesson continued while visiting my friend Tom and his family in Charlottesville. My friend Tom, who I met in Afghanistan, met me at the train station (of course my train arrived 1 hour late). His family, Andrea (Andy) his wife, Tristan his oldest son, Aiden his youngest son and Cleopatra (Aidens' dog) were all waiting for me to arrive to have dinner. Tom and his ...
... a few additional months, before returning to her home in New Zealand----she really is full of wisdom.
I thought it was such a neat question. I then began wondering what my own advice would be, and what I thought the advice of my friends' might be.
I realized: I don’t like giving advice. SORRY. I’m a listener. I think it’s better for a person to realize something on their own and ...