Sleep Inn Tanglewood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 1058) to Falls of Dismal. Although it’s nothing like the spectacular the Dismal Falls of North Carolina, Virginia’s Dismal Falls was very scenic. The water level was a little low, but the leaves were starting to change, making for a very pretty scene. There were also some cool rock formations along the creek near the falls. We climbed around on the rocks, getting pictures of the waterfall from ...
... the daily mileage allowance: - I took a wrong turn down a big hill today and before I realized the mistake, it added 7 miles and an hour of mostly hill climbing to the day. - Not eating enough. I was chugging water up the hill yesterday and had to pee often enough but still felt feint. It was then I realized I hadn't had a full meal all day and the 8oz block of cookies n cream fudge I bought was not working. - I mailed home an outfit ...
... would be. I did get to see my extended family in the short weeks I was at my parents' house, which was much needed. I saw my friends from home and got to spend time with my puppies. Overall, it was really nice to be home.
Of course I waited to long to pack my things before moving and I left the coffee maker in NJ. So, being ridiculously broke, I decided ...
... ski and wakeboard, Colleen got up on slalom again and learnt to 360 on the knee board, I just practiced a bit and got a lot more comfy on the wakeboard and kneeboard. All in all, I left the lake with a happy heart and a refreshed body. Ready for the next couple weeks ahead. It was rather sad getting into the car for the last time as a family, but it had been an incredible ...
... in the visitor centre to get a map to indicate our way back down without getting lost. A very nice lady, obviously very proud of her mountain and all the splendour it offered gave us a map and sent us on our way, before we set off she asked (as they all do), where we came from. My answer as usual was, we live in Australia but we originally come from England. She retorted, "and what accent are you speaking in now", I replied "I am pretty sure ...