Wingate by Wyndham Lexington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Everything looked the same as it did in 2009 to 2013. It is a beautiful campus. I had never really explored VMI before. I took the time while my parents were in the gift shop to take some photos of memorials and statues.
... and pleasant. We drove thru West Virginia, and part of Kentucky before stopping for the night in Louisville. Note that we used two GPS devices at the same time. We did not want to miss a road change.
On Thursday we went to Churchill Downs to tour the race track where the Kentucky Derby had been run less than two weeks before. Dick and I tried on a fancy hat but decided it was not our style. The tour guide was ...
We drove about 2 1/2 hours through rolling hills and lots of woods with mountains in the distance. Lynchburg is built on seven hills - five of them are National Register Historic Districts.
We started by parking downtown and walking a bit, but soon found that when they said hills they meant it. These hills ...
... azaleas were also blooming along the trail and it was quite beautiful. At one point, the azaleas along one side of the trail had pink flowers and those on the other side had white flowers. As we got to the end of the ridge, we started making our descent down. There were at least a dozen switchbacks that made the hike down not seem too steep. As we got down to the base of the mountain, we left the wilderness area, crossed a creek and came out on Glenwood Horse ...
... we detoured off the highway again to see the fabulous Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs.
Note the word "Love" appearing in front of the covered bridge--this is part of a Virginia tourism promotion called Loveworks ("Virginia is for Lovers" says the slogan). The letters L-O-V-E are spelled out in materials that represent the history and geography of the state.