The Bell House Bed & Breakfast

Address: 821 Irving Ave, Colonial Beach, Virginia, 22443-2708, United States | B&B
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        Day 1 Notes for future trips

        A travel blog entry by pamanion on Feb 16, 2015

        ... up a bit later. Worth EVERY penny since traffic on 95 was pretty much stopped. Roads were getting slippery so when Jerry saw a sign for a Hampton Inn in Stafford, we called, booked a room and were checked in by 4pm in a studio with an alcove and 2 TVs. Really nice Hampton! Snow was coming down, so we ordered delivery from Dominos and settled in for a relaxing night. Room ...

        Are you gonna go my way?

        A travel blog entry by janeyjay on Jul 29, 2014

        1 comment

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        And yes, we will be taking time for pics at the Watergate. To know me is to know that I am OBSESSED with that segment of American history and it's time to drag Will into it with me.

        The drive through the dark Virginia night to our overnight destination was uneventful. Mercifully. As I had some flashbacks to travels on that same stretch of road last year at this time -- when we were bottlenecked in daytime pre-Beltway traffic and Will had ...

        Presentation 2, Greek and Turkish Folk Music

        A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 26, 2014

        9 photos

        ... saz and the Asian tanbur. The bouzouki was traditionally used for dancing and entertainment at social gatherings. It became a featured instrument in rebetika, a type of improvised early 20th-century music associated with the Greek underworld. Since gaining a wider audience, the bouzouki has become the major popular-music instrument of Greece. It is also played in a variety of musical genres throughout the world, including jazz, bluegrass, rock, and folk ...

        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 ...

        Driving Delirium

        A travel blog entry by dawncole on Dec 12, 2009

        2 comments, 9 photos

        ... leftover cotton wads. I started to pass restaurant signs advertising live eel and gator tail. Mouthwatering. I laugh every time I pass a Huddle House or Bojangles fast food establishment. Bonjagles...ahahahhaha. I approached the Wright Brother's museum/monument from the south over Roanoke Island and through Nags Head. I was lucky it was off season because the volume of mini golf courses and ****** souvenir shops insinuated ...