La Quinta Inn Wytheville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... That averages to 60 miles per day. The first two days were pretty flat but then I entered the Appalachian mountains and the going has been harder since. My favorite part is coasting down a windy mountain road. But such joy comes at great cost. Because my pace downhill is 6-7 times my pace uphill, I spend at least 85% of the time climbing even if the distance is equal up and downhill. Jefferson National Forest is amazing with large canopy trees weighed ...
... we needed to go. The town of Stuart, on Jeb Stuart Highway. This must be changed, I am so offended. So, we got straightened out doing some ridge running. Beautiful country. Made our way to Meadows of Dan. I have looked at real estate online in this area on and off for the last couple years. Made our way into an area called fancy gap. We are now at the fancy gap KOA. Very beautiful here as ...
... after dinner, all in all a very good and chilled evening. This morning we are heading to Washington, we've got a final national park visit for a walk at lunch, so should be a good day. State count- 23 - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - Illinois - Wisconsin - Minnesota - South Dakota - Wyoming - Montana - Idaho - Utah - Nevada - California - Arizona - Colorado - New Mexico - Texas - Louisiana - Mississippi - Tennessee - ...
Despite our best intentions, we had a slow start to the day. We got up a bit later than planned and took our time getting packed and ready to go. After a quick stop for some breakfast we headed back into the mountains to catch some more waterfalls.
First stop was Looking Glass Falls which was a fairly good waterfall that fell into a very inviting pool at the bottom. Damien was tempted but thought it was a little early for a dip. Next stop was Daniel Ridge falls that was a little off ...
... Lizzie, as you are writing a travel blog how would you describe this hike?'. Considering I wasn't a shade of purple and profusely sweating I would describe it as a gentle stroll. I think he had been a little panicked that the obesity epidemic had taken the USA by storm and as well as having their favourite word as 'more', they were advertising a 'gentle afternoon stroll' as an 'intense hike'. The campsite was like a set of an American movie. This was the way I ...