Travel Blogs from Lynchburg
... rock faces created by the earth's movement. Some of the 'rooms' are now closed off to the public following the earthquake in 2011 (the same that shook the Washington Monument). Investigations revealed that some of the closed walkway was only 10cm thick.
A treat this evening was returning to the Natural Bridge for a spectacular symphonic light show. Each evening the bridge is lit by a rainbow of colours while classical music and narration retells the Genesis creation ...
... 10am Eastern time.
Natural Bridge is a National Historic Landmark in the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Shenandoah River and Lace Falls. Deemed the "Bridge of God" by the Monacan Indians who discovered it. The arch is 65 metres high and is composed of solid ...
Arrived for our campus tour at 9am Tour lasted till 5:30pm Visited with Financial aid and undergrad admissions Enjoyed Convocation. Special speaker was Dot Ric******* who is an Olympic Gold Medalist for Women's softball. She was amazing. She is now the softball coach at Liberty Univ Met with with Prof Blais who is dept head for Pre med. very ...
Katie and I are visiting Liberty Univ in Lynchburg VA. And then driving up to US Naval Academy in Annapolis MD Left Houston Hobby at 12pm. Security line was so long we got to gate and boarded right away. Flight was quick and we landed safely at Atlanta ...
... line, you won the war. Grant knew it and finally hog tied Lee by capturing all the railroads. This is a historic rail line in Appomattox. The surrender of General Lee occurred at the residence of Wilmer McLean, not the Appomattox Court House as most believe.
Ok, we are now officially hooked on National Historical Parks, www.nps.gov. We picked up a National Parks Passport Book and collected our first official park stamp. We will have ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking