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We travelled the last leg of our trip on the Blue Ridge Parkway coming off at Fancy Gap. We stayed over at Mt Airy famous as home town of Andy Griffith. The Andy Griffith show was actually filmed here. I suppose you are all saying who the hell is Andy ...
... so we're hoping for big numbers that day! After that, Tom took us to the American Legion Post (the sponsors of the circus in Roanoke) to meet some of the folks there...John took photos with many of them, cracked jokes, and thanked them profusely for their ...
... pull up and take pics, or just take in the view. So peaceful. I ended up driving nearly the whole day. The distance from Asheville to Roanoke is only 243 (as the crows fly), but with the speed limit and the winding roads, it took me most of the day. I ...
A longer drive today, so left the college town of Boone early. Arrived at the BRP music centre where there is a good interactive display of the history of mountain music. The style is an amalgam of Irish, English and German folk music, a featuring in ...
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101 Shenandoah Ave Roanoke, Virginia, United States
1 Market Square, Center in the Square, Roanoke, Virginia, United States
Spend the day browsing through the wonderful American art of the 19th and 20th centuries, including paintings by Asher B. Durand, T. Worthington Whittredge and Winslow Homer, at this prestigious museum.
Mill Mountain, Roanoke, Virginia, United States
Vistors are wowed by the more than 45 species of animals at this zoo, including rare and endangered breeds like the snow leopard, the white-naped crane and the clouded leopard.
523 Harrison Ave., N.W., Roanoke, Virginia, United States
Located in the first public high school for African-American students, this museum offers memorabilia, photographs, objects and oral histories relating to the African-American experience in the Roanoke Valley, plus African and contemporary art.