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Travel Blogs from Roanoke
... AT&T store that I had seen on the way in. I had 45 minutes to get there and back.
Remember the arctic blast is passing through us today so it is not very warm outside so I am rugged up like I'm in the snow. I walked across the car park trying not to get hit by cars as I still have trouble not knowing what way they are coming. I had 15 minutes left and the store had just come into sight so I decided to turn back as I could not get it done before the meeting time and ...
... for some coins. I had a **** load in my pocket so just gave him some and he was on his way. Just like we were. on our way, off to Rocky Mount, Virginia.
Stopped in at Charolettesville for lunch at this great place, it was like a veggie market where you could buy all this fresh food, hot food, beer and wine. I settled for soup, scoffed it down and then went across the road to a ABC shop to pick up a bottle of bourbon. Too many to choose from so ...
... cruise, from an ocean view room to a balcony stateroom. Great and exciting news! Everything on this trip seems to be working out well for us.....a 24 hour paid stopover in Chicago, spending a wonderful day with our new friend, Mary, an upgrade in our rental vehicle at little cost, and now a room upgrade. The four of us were quite hungry, so we went looking for a restaurant. We drove around, eyeing each place out, and finally deciding on a ...
... missed was seeing his Grist Mill and Distillery. They're now making rye whiskey as GW did. I doubt that Jack Daniel is too worried. The introductory movie and museum are worth a visit by themselves. Monticello Thomas Jefferson designed every aspect of his grand estate in Virginia, working on it over a period of 40 years. He was a ...
... only one narrow lane in each direction. Hence the speed limit of 45mph.
It was just amazing driving through the mountain forests. I didn't realise how high the car had climbed till I came out in an opening with spectacular views of the surrounding area and the Appalachian Mountains. My pics aren't that great, as there was a lot of mist in the area. Saw quite a lot of wild life, but because of the slow speed I was doing, no fear ...
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