Alexander House Inn & Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... lowest section of the waterfall. Although there was no snow on the ground, the temperature was cold enough that much of the waterfall was frozen, though some liquid water was still flowing. We got some pictures from here and then began heading up through a long series of switchbacks and stairs along the waterfall. The trail never got far from the waterfall, heading away for a short distance then cutting straight back. Overall, the waterfall has at least five ...
... the estates are all surrounded by white or brown fences with
well-manicured bright green grass with horses and thick black Angus cattle.
The area is also one of two densest concentrations of
wineries in Virginia. With charges of around $6 or $7 per tasting in this
popular wine region it’s no longer the great bargain it was when I lived in
Virginia more than twenty years ago when there were fewer wineries but you could
go from one ...
... at one end. The original part of the campus constitutes, along with Jefferson's Monticello, one of the few manmade sites in the United States to make the UNESCO World Heritage List (Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall, and Taos Pueblo are the others). UVA has to be one of the most beautiful college campuses in the country as well as one of the most academically distinguished.
I actually almost went to the University of Virginia twice. It was one ...
" "Barrier lollipop" Dirty not sure but K and D "Body lotion and towel cause I'm going to be drenched" Dorte putting on a low European accent to be saucy when Kasper goes to fetch things "Her boobs are so round" Dorte "Go big or go home. That's my saying" ...
I have reached the end of my 2nd Yellowstone adventure and it is certainly bittersweet. This summer was different from last year, as I suppose should have been expected. Friendships changed, the housekeeping department was ruled by a new leader, and the resident Grant Village elk decided not to charge employees.
Last summer, I left feeling as if my adventure was unfinished. When I heard ...