Satchidananda Ashram - Yogaville
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Day 28 of 49 (Oct 5). "Blue skies, smiling on me, nothing but blue skies do I see". More singing…I didn't hear any rain during the night, just some wind, and we awoke to cloudy skies and cool temperatures, but no rain. Since our drive was only two hours, we decided to do laundry before we left. We had lots of wet towels. Every time Hannah had to go out, it was necessary to dry her feet and underside; she’s built low to the ground, you know. ...
... waterfall consists of several distinct drops, altogether totaling around 1000 feet, the highest waterfall in the eastern United States. However, you can’t see the entire thing from any point unless you’re in an airplane. We had stopped for Subway along the way and had lunch at the picnic area by the South Fork Tye River. Then we started our hike up along the waterfall. The first section of trail is paved and handicapped-accessible and leads to an overlook ...
"There are three drivers, all out there. Thank you for your patience. Goodbye" Attitude from Dragon Lady after 45 min after delivery?! "I was flirting with Ms Kathy" Kasper explaining to Dorte who missed the chopsticks, lips and tongue show he put on "Kathy's first impression was that she hated us" Kasper misconstruing the previous dialogue of "Let's share first impression stories.. Actually let's not.." I meant I forgot what it ...
... stayed with Kathy Maxted’s brother and his wife. It was a nice meal and evening with them. The next day we visited Monticello – Thomas Jefferson’s home - where we learnt about his life, American slavery & plantations, and toured the house and the grounds. That evening we drove to a still closed Washington DC, although the new autumn colours were providing us with a very nice scenic ...
... patiently hugging me, until she couldn’t hold it in any longer: “it’s not what you want to hear right now… but you smell incredible!” And the giggling began.
Thus began my unplanned week of rest and recovery in Charlottesville, Virginia. Jessie and Kat let me explode all over their lounge room for four days and nights, Kat bought me a bed to sleep on (I still feel bad about that!) and Jessie very graciously, despite ...