On the Road: Roanoke, Part 1 {Central Virginia Photographer}

I have visited Roanoke several times. I think it’s a beautiful city. There are beautiful historical buildings and the mountains, of course! Hubby & I spent a weekend in April at a wedding in one of the most beautiful churches I’ve ever been in: St. Andrew’s Catholic Church. I remember the first time I saw it when I was in college. I thought it looked like a castle, but the guy I was dating wasn’t catholic so we didn’t get to go in to it. That changed when hubby and I were invited to the wedding!

We stayed at Hotel Roanoke. As a former Hokie I have a special love for this building as it was officially reopened again while I was at school. It’s a beautiful grand dame!

You can see the Mill Mountain Star (80 feet tall) that is lighted at night. I have never really understood that, but it’s still pretty neat.

Check out the post later this week for more photos of the beautiful buildings in Downtown Roanoke.

4 thoughts on “On the Road: Roanoke, Part 1 {Central Virginia Photographer}

  1. i love the colors you’ve captured and the perspective you’ve given in these photos of architecture. i am a fan of ornate and impressive buildings. yes!


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