The Village Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... catch my flight to Germany, I was using google maps to ballpark distance. Now that I have the riding maps, taking the scenic route is safer and more beautiful, but it adds 40% to the total mileage. This trip is supposed to be fun so I would rather take longer than always be tired and miserable. I might be able to keep 77 miles daily on a fully supported ride without bags but mechanical or bizarre things are coming up that take time from riding. These distractions don't help when your ...
... walk to see the cemetery of unknown soldiers and see the canons on display at the site of the battle at Ball's Bluff. This battle was on 21 October 1861. We nearly walked on a turtle on the path, it was so well camouflaged. Continuing on towards Gettysburg we decided to stop at the National Shrine Grotto of our Lady of Lourdes. We haven't visited a church for a while and most tourists will know that churches and cemeteries seem to dominate on places to ...
... meadow while their dad was recording them, so I turned on my video camera and also got a recording. Unfortunately, there was some background noise from passing vehicles. I also got lots of great photos today, so will post a few.
We decided to dry camp in one of the beautiful campgrounds in the national park, which were quite empty this time of year and found a lovely spot to spend the night. When ...
... extend our stay and arrive today - again we could so that is what we decided to do.I packed everything up and we set off around 8:30 am.
We stopped off a couple of times on the way and got to the hotel late afternoon. Our room was a one bed suite and it was stunning. A fab kitchen area, dining table, sofa, desk. Large vanity area with separate bathroom and a large bedroom ...
... the way into the park, we encountered many deer along the road, usually near the signs saying don’t feed the wildlife. Hard to believe they don’t get fed when they watch the cars attentively, and the one really seemed to be eating popcorn from the shoulder. Just as we were getting back into the feel of critter jams and trying to relax about not yet reaching our campground, we had to slow down for several more cars who ...