The Staunton Choral Gardens Bed and Breakfast

Address: 216 West Frederick Street, Staunton, Virginia, 24401, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 216 West Frederick Street, Staunton, is near Blackfriars Playhouse, Frontier Culture Museum, Woodrow Wilson Birthplace, and Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Staunton

A Quick Drive

A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Nov 13, 2014

... a ceremony for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It was after the ceremonies that decided we could not take anymore sadness. Do not get me wrong, Arlington Cemetery is a historically significant place and the best way to honor our fighting dead. But, for me, it was a sad place. A place reserved for those with much more honor and valor than I. I had a strange feeling that I did ...

A good hike

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 04, 2014

The next morning we woke up ready to take advantage of another day of trails. It cost 15 dollars to enter the Skyline drive so we knew we had to use it as much as possible. We drove to the Hawksbill Gap that had the highest peak along the mountain range at 4000ft. The trail was only 2.9miles but it followed the Appalachian trail and was pretty challenging during parts. The fallen leaves actually made things harder because they filled up holes ...

The Shenandoah Valley - Virginia's Bucolic West

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 16, 2014

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... correct manners and high class Southern accents. The reality is probably that there are as many rednecks, hicks, and hillbillies in Virginia as elsewhere in the South. But I hang on to my ideal….

The Shenandoah Valley is Virginia’s part of The Great Valley that runs between the Blue Ridge to the east and the first ridge of the Alleghenies to the west from about New Jersey to Tennessee. In Virginia the valley is drained by two forks of the river of the same ...

Four states in about 2 hours of driving time!!!

A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 05, 2014

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... get a photo of something official to prove I’d actually been in West Virginia! … and then I was in Virginia about 10 minutes later, still on a busy freeway.

I finally took another break at the Virginia Museum of the Civil War. All I did was get a map, walked around a bit and take a few photos but I did not get back on the freeway. I drove through Harrisonburg and then it was back to secondary roads for me. The terrain ...

Once upon a time in America

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Nov 28, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... over eighty people and snaked around the aisles for 50 metres or more. Well, this was too much for a white girl from Ben Lomond, so we decided to have lunch at Peck's BBQ whose phone number is 886-HOGS. We each had a plate of barbecue pork, hot chips, cole slaw and hush puppies (Cornmeal batter mixed with onion and spices, rolled into balls and deep fried.) Well, Bubba, it don't get much better than this!


I was interested ...