The Inn at Virginia Tech & Skelton Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Inn at Virginia Tech & Skelton Conference Center Blacksburg
Loved visiting at VT, felt grand being on campus at this upscale hotel. No pool if you're going with kids, but otherwise a lovely spot.
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Today we cycled into Blacksburg via Radford VA. Route 654 , the old Baltimore road was serene and a wonderful early morning view of this part of Virginia. We rode into Newbern and were engaged with the early history of this tiny mountaintop village...the homes dated to the early 19th century. Our life is not easy so we had to continue on busy roads for the remaining 15 miles.....life is tough...: ...
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17. Kids have their "summer break" Dec-Feb.
18. Supposedly, CR's healthcare is wonderful and is cheaper than it would be in the states (for major procedures, atleast)
19. 10 minute showers. On your mark, get set, wash!
20. No dryers and lights generally stay off during the day and are used as little as possible at night.
Hasta Luego CR! Gracias por la buen tiempo!
Whenever people talk of the Southern states of America you always hear about Southern hospitality. I'm here to tell you it's alive and well. During our week long travel in America it never ceased to amaze me that wherever you went whoever you spoke to there was always a high level of good grace and good manners. If you said "Thank you" there was always the quick reply of "You're welcome!" If you ...
We arrived back in Blacksburg around 10:30 am, after 7,600 miles and 14 states. It was a great way to see this country. We had a fantastic time, we were very fortunate with the weather, and really got an appreciation for how vast and geographically diverse the United States ...
... walk was a constant descent / ascent ordeal, not ideal for my toe, from 4pm onwards I was about 78.6% sure my big toenail had fallen off my left foot (it hasn't) In the morning I had overheard people in the breakfast room talking about snakes, I assumed they were just discussing other walks they had all done, and that if there were snakes on this hike it would be signposted somewhere...turns out nope, definitely saw a green snake , from then on the walk ...