Acorn Hill Lodge and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Long travel day today, got in at 3:45pm. Was actually on Blue Ridge Parkway for little bit, then it got REALLY interesting. LOVE this campsite. We are actually sitting outside voluntarily at 4pm and enjoying it. Still humid but wonderfully cooler. Fireflies! Babbling brook sounds soooo ...
Since St. Pat's Day is on March 17, last night must have been when everyone took the liberty of celebrating. We had noisy hotel guests coming and going and waking us up throughout the night. Mac even stuck his head out the door at one point to tell them to "Be Quiet!"
Cheryl was feeling much better. A good night's rest must have worked. We packed up before breakfast, then headed down to the dining area for a bite. Mark noticed that the sun ...
... the beach the week before sophomore year classes started.
Mabry Mill is supposedly an interesting site along the Parkway, but my inability to find a parking spot in mobbed parking lot led me to pass it by. Note to self (and advice to others) – never, NEVER, drive the Blue Ridge Parkway/Skyline Drive on a weekend day ever again. I spent the night in a motel in Galax, a small town a few miles west of parkway with reputation as a Bluegrass/Country music ...
... describe it. I will say that it is the most spectacular thing that I have ever seen other than the Grand Canyon. To think that nature created it is absolutely amazing. We hiked on and reached the Monocan Indian Village. It was interesting to see how they lived and I took several pictures. We hiked on to the Saltpetre Mine. Don't really know what is was other than the entrance to a cave that was chained off. So we took off for the waterfall. We ...
... land. We decided to first have a carriage tour of the city. We had a few minutes to wait so we just sat in the car and read, then crossed the street to the pick-up site. The horses were named Minnie and Pearl, white Hanoverian. The tour was interesting and we saw a lot of places that we might never have seen otherwise.. After the tour we sat in the adjoining park and had our picnic.