Lavender Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1374 Big Spring Drive, Lexington, Virginia, 24450, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 1374 Big Spring Drive, Lexington, is near Lee Chapel and Museum, Virginia Military Institute, Washington and Lee University, and George C. Marshall Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Lexington

    Headed to the airport!

    A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 02, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... ready!) one last little trip outside for our dog Rocket. We are meeting Sannie and Bruce (Bob's sisters and husband) at the Dulles airport. They are flying from Nashville. Flight scheduled to leave at 5:50pm. Landing in Brussels for layover then on to Prague. Happy Good Friday to all who are following our travels. I hope it ...

    Leaving home for the CSA!

    A travel blog entry by mrweinstein on Apr 02, 2015

    ... hotel rates?
    3) Head out and visit the Georgia Aquarium! Then drive to Savannah, Georgia reenacting Sherman's March to the Sea the entire way.
    4) Two nights in Savannah.
    5) Head north for two nights in Charleston, South Carolina (attempt to keep them from seceeding.....again.
    6) Head north for two nights in Washington, D.C. Fix Congressional gridlock, balance the budget.
    7) Head home. Snuggle with kitties.

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    Last minute plans!

    A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Mar 30, 2015

    1 photo

    Starting to lay out clothes and gather travel books. It is supposed to be in the fifties everyday, so I am trying to take a different scarf for each day. Last time we were in Europe it looked like I wore a black coat very day. I have a Couple of scarves going in lieu of owners. We have euros, florent and koruna. Ready to ...

    Crabtree Falls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 03, 2015

    11 photos

    ... that are significant and would be considered a waterfall on their own. Slowly, we made our way up along the waterfall. The going was slow because there was a lot of stops to view the waterfall, but also the going was treacherous in some places. A thick layer of ice covered the trail in spots, including a few places on stairs. This made the hiking a little tricky. A combination of careful footing and a little butt-sliding allowed us to safely cross the many ...

    Day 4 - Washington DC to Lexington

    A travel blog entry by andrewandtree on Nov 04, 2013

    3 photos

    ... cars on the road. No trucks or commercial vehicles are allowed on the road, so its basically only tourists on it. Its very cold as its nearly winter so very few people around. Still plenty of leaves left to fall.. so still plenty of colour. Higher in the mountains (where its colder) the trees are bare. So whereas Pennyslvania was more reddish orange, it is more yellow and black. Still looks good though.

    Another nice, dry (touch wood) day on the road.
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