Sheraton Roanoke Hotel And Conference Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Roanoke Hotel And Conference Center
Nice hotel. Great staff. The steakhouse attached was wonderful with very knowledgeable waitress. Although perhaps a little too familiar at times.
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We left Harpers Ferry early Wednesday morning and hit the road for Roanoke. On the way, we swung a little east and drove through the north section of Shenandoah National Park. This is one park that we've never been to before, so it gives us a chance to check that one off our our list. The park is basically a driving park with a single parkway road …
... the waterfall if the creek was impassable. In just under a mile, we crossed Fallingwater Creek above the waterfall on a bridge and headed down to the base. There were some nice patches of fall color visible here, though the color had not yet peaked in this area and visibility was still poor. Fallingwater Cascades was a rather nice waterfall, better than I had expected. A bunch of fallen logs ...
... six feet in front of the car. But we made it to the parking lot and started our hike up to the summit of Sharp Top Mountain. The Sharp Top Trail is only 1.5 miles long, but gains roughly 1500 feet over its course, so its a very steep trail. And while the dreary weather didn’t provide good views of fall color, at least it was cool for the strenuous climb and we weren't sweating profusely. Near the top, we made a quick detour ...
... and an RV park for the night. It took awhile to get through Roanoke, we were in rush hour by then plus the sky suddenly turned black and then it started raining hard, but we eventually got to a nice spot in Salem. (Have I mentioned that I really, really like my GPS?) Considering that the hillsides here are still very green and the views would be pretty obscure in this variable weather, I’m very glad not to be driving high up on a ...
... but they weren't open until 10:00am; glad I didn't, as this is really a walking city.