Days Inn Battlefield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... be in good hands under the watchful eyes of their grand-parents. ;)
After a few little final loose ends to tie up around the house, we'll head off this morning up to Leesburg where we will meet up with Martha and Keith, and head to Dulles airport.
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As the French say, Tchin, Tchin! (Cheers!)
... saw some people heading down a path. We decided to stop and go down the path as well. Now, here's a time where if we read the sign at the entrance to the path we wouldn't have done it and we would've missed out on something great. At the same time, we were both having some health issues because of it. We headed down the path. It was rocky, steep, and muddy in certain spots. But we were just walking with the family. We kept wondering how far this thing was and if ...
... there, we did the Garden Maze. It's a maze of high bushes with flowers and some pretty flowers through it. You go in and find 4 mailboxes with stamps that reveal a 'secret' at the end. We found all 4 mailboxes, in order, and made our way out in probably 1/2 hour or so. It was fun!
We then crossed the street and took Caitlyn to get a gem bag that she could sluice. She ended ...
... Union/Confederate clashes occurred nearby in 1862, involving General Robert E. Lee's troops.
We walked around the rather quaint settlement, taking in all the history. Then drove into the Shenandoah Valley. Spotted two large dinosaurs at Double Toll Gate.
Next entered Shenandoah N.P. and "activated" our national parks pass. Drove the first half of the Skyline Drive, a 105 mile road built 1931-9, that runs along the top of the Blue Ridge ...
... West Virginia and Virginia before winding up on Skyline Drive. This scenic drive cuts right through the App's, and has stone wall lookouts about every half mile that you can pull the car over and look out for miles into the mountains.
We camped at Big Meadows campground. Our first impression of the campground was given by the handful of deer grazing around the grounds. The deer roam the sites eating foliage seriously 10-20 feet from your ...