Friday, Sep. 9, 2016
Front Royal is, by far, one of THE most scenic urban areas in northern Virginia--even compared to nearby West Virginia, D.C. and Maryland (where I live about an hour away, north up US 340); its breathtaking and LOWER cost to visit, shop, buy gas, spend a night. PROS: Generally, a good, attractive public library when computers are 'working' at good speed, and patrons act quieter--not using foul language and wearing proper clothing not exposing 'ugly' body parts (some 'adults' appear to never stepped inside any high school classroom while as children). Unlike most USA public libraries -- run by a city or county--this one's managed by a non-profit. I have stopped here every one-three months, since its opening on Criser Road. Received a small trinket gift for opening a library card account. Place has good, helpful staff. CONS: Not open Sundays; Only allow 4 total hours of computer per patron, must request, if granted, additional time. If one has a library account card, make sure to bring it, otherwise, show a photo id, a process I detest!