Budget Inn--New Market

Address: 2192 Old Valley Pike, New Market, Virginia, 22844, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2192 Old Valley Pike, New Market, is near Endless Caverns, New Market Battlefield Military Museum, and Verity Blue, Fine Home and Garden.
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Travel Blogs from New Market

A Quick Drive

A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Nov 13, 2014

... a ceremony for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It was after the ceremonies that decided we could not take anymore sadness. Do not get me wrong, Arlington Cemetery is a historically significant place and the best way to honor our fighting dead. But, for me, it was a sad place. A place reserved for those with much more honor and valor than I. I had a strange feeling that I did ...

A good hike

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 04, 2014

... hike nearby. This trail was the Lewis Falls trail and it was 3.3miles and pretty challenging. The views once again were fantastic and it led us to a nice waterfall. This time of year the waterfalls are pretty much just trickles. In the spring they are usually raging gushing beasts but we settled for a pretty mossy covered falling stream. The start of the trail was down the mountain so the hike back up was a little tough and by the time we got to ...

The Skyline Drive

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 03, 2014

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... the trees would have been on fire. There had been a wind storm the past couple days and almost all the trees were blown bare. The views were still great though because all the valleys were protected from the wind and filled with orange fiery leaves. We drove about halfway into the park and then stopped to do one of the hikes. The Appalachian Trail runs all along the skyline drive so ...

Playing Twister with Mother Nature

A travel blog entry by tammnel on Apr 28, 2014

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... for most of the hike we couldn't see another soul. Carrie observed that perhaps we were actually hiking through Middle Earth and Legolas might drop from the trees at any moment.

Finally, after much anticipation, we reached the boulders, which did look rather a lot like stone-trolls. The first few obstacles were interesting and fun: fitting sideways through a cleft in the rocks, too narrow for hips and backpacks; wedge-shaped openings in ...

The Talking Headwall

A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Apr 12, 2014

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... David followed on top rope. There was one ridiculous overhang that I could not manage to make it over... I Jumped and thought I stuck it until I came flying off and into a tree. That tree was a nice little rest spot, but it was nearly impossible to get back to the wall.

Later, Lee, Zach, and Nick caught up with us. They had been working a trad class on the mountain next to ...