Super 8 Richlands/Claypool Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had a nice drive to Marion, Virginia and Camp Burson Campground. We have a very nice pull-thru spot with full hook ups and pretty good wifi:) So we are good to go!!
Marion has lots of fast food places for a small town. They even have a Walmart but it closes at midnight. There is Hwy 16 that goes thru the park and it is called the Back of the Dragon, instead of the Tail of the Dragon. It is a very curvy road and lots ...
Our ride today took us into Virginia. We started in California and we have traveled through eight states in between. I have traveled in one less state than the group, and they have done many more miles, roughly 1200 more than me. Nevertheless, we are all just as tired at this point in the ride. Yes, we are on a mission to complete our cross country trip so at times we do not go into detail ......we Eat, Sleep and ...
Got up and went for a nice run up to Safari Zoo. Drove to Lexington and ended up driving in back of a zoo and 5 giraffe were very interested in us and kept looking over the fence at us. We were looking for the Natural Bridge and got lost. We stopped to ask two Appalachia men for directions. They had hand tools in their hands. Afterwards, Santiago said " From now on don't ...
The last three days have been a mix of some of the wettest weather, beautiful country side, and gracious friends. We left Front Royal and headed down Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. This scenic drive follows the crest of the Blue Ridge mountains for 105 miles. At its southern end it joins the Blue Ridge Parkway, which stretches 469 miles to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
At the ...
... have to convert to a digital camera by next year, and they cost about $100K. This will put a good many drive-in theaters out of business, though some have already made the switch and will be here for the long haul.) ANYWAY...this video, which we have now seen at several different theaters, shows heart-rending photos of dead drive-ins, and then begs everyone to patronize the snack bar. True story: the ...