Budget Inn

140 Emmet Street North, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22903-1729, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 140 Emmet Street North, Charlottesville, is near University of Virginia, Downtown Pedestrian Mall, Mulberry Row, and The Glass Palette - Interactive Glass Art Studio.
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    Travel Blogs from Charlottesville

    The Poker Game

    A travel blog entry by debandbets on Jun 16, 2014

    Ryan has a once a month poker game with several guy friends and it was his turn to host it. It was held in the big tree house that he built. Since he knows that Betsy plays Texas Hold'em on occasion, he asked her to join them. They have a local rule that the game goes until one person has finally won all the chips. I think the buy-in was $10 or 20 dollars. Betsy said that the men were very solicitous, patiently telling her about big and little blinds and all the ...

    Magic Mike

    A travel blog entry by thythekat on Dec 06, 2013

    "I like how Kathy likes what nobody likes. Always" Kasper's observations about the boys "Dirty sand" colour of repainted walls in the hallway and Nook "Can I shower? I'll leave you four lady boners here" Kasper taking a break from the movie "Montage of wedding photos on a PowerPoint" Grace's ideas- Denise's comments: new beau "Holy tit" Facebook selfie talk and random ...

    Amazing drive along the Blue Ridge of Virginia

    A travel blog entry by sabbatical on Oct 30, 2013

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    ... the tallest peak in Virginia, and after we will head to North Carolina with the tallest peak of the Appalachians, along with many others over 6,000 feet. Although this is low in comparison to the peaks out west the towns here are often at 600-900 feet and rise to 6,000 feet. The age of these mountains has allowed for the rivers and vegetation to create a sense of mystery and story with every cove, valley and mountain you ...

    Skyline. Day 899.

    A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 27, 2013

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    We done a day trip to the historic village of Harpers Ferry which borders 3 states. A great little place for lunch and packed with tourists.
    The next day we took a quick ride up to West Virginia so I could tick another state off on my bike then we headed for Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive.
    Had an amazing ride along the ridge of the mountains with stunning fall scenery. Even saw a couple of baby bears in a tree which caused the usual 'bear jam'. ...

    Chilling at President Jefferson's place

    A travel blog entry by m-m on Oct 10, 2013

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    ... stayed with Kathy Maxted’s brother and his wife. It was a nice meal and evening with them. The next day we visited Monticello – Thomas Jefferson’s home - where we learnt about his life, American slavery & plantations, and toured the house and the grounds. That evening we drove to a still closed Washington DC, although the new autumn colours were providing us with a very nice scenic ...