Sleep Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... enough sunlight that there was no snow here. We got off the trail and scrambled around on the rocks for a few minutes before making our way back. Along the hike up, the elevation gain had kept us warm. But once out on the exposed rocks, it was quite chilly with the wind blowing. Once we got too cold, we started making our way back and finished up the drive ...
... farthest I had ever been from home and was so exciting to take such an adventurous route to the 1982 World’s Fair in Knoxville and then visit my aunt and uncle in Northeast Georgia.
The Blue Ridge is very narrow in the north where you can see towns and civilization below on both sides from the crest in Shenandoah National Park. The range widens and sort of divides in southern Virginia, one side a kind of a front range rising sharply from ...
... back to childhood and makes a new friend of Otis (or was it Oscar?) and reveals to all that she wants to be reincarnated as an otter;
2) Jeanne looks and feels great;
3) Being silly, Jane falls down in kitchen and hurts bum (good thing that was all!),
4) Sue, Karen and Jane make it to the top of Peaks of Otter;
5) "Aflac" entertains everyone along with drying chicken feet;
6) and dead animals on the walls.
... Staunton are two historic old towns I had never stopped in before, and Cedar Creek Battlefield NHS is one of those National Park units worth a quick check.
I have to say that there’s a huge difference in sites that are managed by the National Park Service or other units of the Federal Government and those run privately, as are those in valley. On the one hand my $80 National Parks pass gets me into all units of federal lands. Regardless, though, individual park ...
... to the ministry, and while attending seminary he heard the pleas of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for clergy to get more involved in the Civil Rights Movement. While participating in Civil Rights demonstrations in Alabama, Daniels was killed trying to protect two black teenagers from a man with a shotgun. This courtyard on the VMI campus is dedicated to him.