Last month Marisha and I took a long weekend to Roanoke, Virginia for my cousin’s wedding. On the way we stopped overnight in Savannah and enjoyed a nice dinner at the Fiddler’s Crab House on Bay Street.
The next morning we took off early in the morning and started the drive towards Roanoke. The view along the road was gorgeous, especially when we got up into the mountains. By late afternoon we arrived in Roanoke and found our way to the Hotel Roanoke right in downtown.
Once in Roanoke we got a chance to explore the downtown area. Marisha and I had a wonderful breakfast at Tudor’s Biscuit World and then we walked through the farmer’s market and enjoyed the architecture in the area. Of particular interest was the Taubman Museum of Art with it’s contemporary architecture designed by Randall Stout.
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