Fall is a great time to plan a vacation to Virginia's Blue Ridge and a new feature on the Roamilicious blog will help readers plan their next trip.
The post is titled "Fall Getaway to Virginia's Blue Ridge" and it was written by Cheryl Rodewig, who was hosted by the Visit Virginia's Blue Ridge Public Relations team on a visit to the region.
The story incorporates many of the elements of the metro mountain experience visitors will find in Virginia's Blue Ridge. Here is an excerpt from the article intro:
"Do you like your nature with a little luxury on the side? I do. A decadent dinner tastes all the better after a hike, and a day chasing waterfalls gives you extra appreciation for the charms of city life. Virginia’s Blue Ridge, with its breweries, boutiques and backyard mountains, is just that kind of destination. And it’s even prettier in autumn when the leaves change. Now’s the time to start planning your trip."
It goes on to recommend activities like hiking the trails in Mill Mountain Park, shopping at the Historic Roanoke City Market, dining at Billy's, visiting the iconic Natural Bridge, and staying at the Hampton Inn & Suites Roanoke Airport.
Discovered such strange and wonderful art today at the @Taubman_Museum in #Roanoke in Virginia's Blue Ridge, an easy stop downtown. Better yet, admission is free! #BlueRidgeDay #memorialdayweekend #roamilicious pic.twitter.com/Za7QOK5Rpy— Cheryl Rodewig (@CherylRodewig) May 27, 2018