The Bell House Bed & Breakfast

Address: 821 Irving Ave., Colonial Beach, Virginia, 22443, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 821 Irving Ave., Colonial Beach, is near George Washington Birthplace National Monument, Ingleside Plantation Vineyards, Birthplace National Monument, and Monrovia.
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      Travel Blogs from Colonial Beach

      Are you gonna go my way?

      A travel blog entry by janeyjay on Jul 29, 2014

      1 comment

      ... excited about going -- not sure about what it all means, but it's a new place and he digs those. Plus he had, once upon a time, a classroom assistant named Ms. Washington, so he's been calling it Ms. Washington, D.C. I figure the day will consist of me making him stand in front of the usual suspects in town -- monuments and landmarks and the like -- and him grudgingly yelling "TIME FOR CHEESE" and then giving a grimace to the camera. Family fun ...

      Presentation 2, Greek and Turkish Folk Music

      A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 26, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the music section) In some regions, women perform folk dances to the accompaniment of folk songs. Greek Instruments: The Lyre: The ancient Greeks had a special place for music in their culture. In fact, many ancient Greek myths included the lyre. It was believed that this instrument was invented by the god Apollo. One example is that Amphion, son of Zeus, used a lyre to help build the walls of Thebes. According to the myth, as soon as Amphion started ...

      OOH-RAH for the USMC Museum

      A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jul 25, 2010

      2 comments, 115 photos

      ... the Marine Corps' early years, from the first recruiting efforts in 1775 through World War I. Then we passed through German lines in France at Belleau Wood, where Marines earned the nickname "Teufelhunden," better known as "Devil Dog." This was also one of the highest losses of Marines in any war they have fought in.
      We saw, heard, felt, and even smelled the battles. Young Marines from Quantico starred in a fantastic film that recreates the charge ...

      Into the Breach

      A travel blog entry by ndsquirrel on Oct 07, 2008

      9 photos

      I decided to travel south for my round of golf, today. I am playing Cannon Ridge in Fredericksburg, because they are one of the 195 courses participating in the Virginia State Golf Association VIP program. For $65 membership fee, I get to play a round at the participating courses for the price of cart rental (green fees are free). Usually there are restrictions on when this round can be played for ...

      More time to enjoy Virginia and Colonial Beach

      A travel blog entry by wdhm058 on May 25, 2008

      Last night we had a wonderful dinner with friends of P&MA. There was much laughter and sharing of travel stories throughout the night. We fell into bed after a great night and slept well. Today being Sunday, we had a sleep-in and headed to Bo's for brunch and then to an eagle sanctuary and a range of other places MA wanted us to see. The Virginian countryside is ...