Fairfield Inn & Suites Hopewell

Address: 3952 Courthouse Road, Hopewell, Virginia, 23860, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3952 Courthouse Road, Hopewell, is near Centre Hill Mansion, U.S. Army Women's Museum, Farmers Bank, and Lee's Retreat.
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    Travel Blogs from Hopewell

    Home away from home

    A travel blog entry by mccalls07 on Feb 27, 2015

    6 photos

    ... 27 6:41am am getting warmer ... Arrived at the thousand Island boarder 7.00am breezes through with our nexus passes Next stop Preble New York and I took over the wheel -14oC @. 9:10 am Drove until just north of Harrisburg ...12:30 pm and had pizza... yum yum ...it's now -3 and there is still snow on the ground Just crossed the Maryland boarder at 1:45 pm ...

    Leaving Richmond

    A travel blog entry by capecodvideo on Feb 24, 2015

    Left Richmond with great hopes for putting a lot of miles behind us but were thwarted by winter. Almost like it was following us. After only 4 hours we had to end our day due to over (according to the news) 100 accidents on the Interstate 95 corridor. Driving was treacherous and we passed multiple accidents. 24 degrees in North Carolina. Stopped for the night in Fairfield North ...

    Manchester Wall

    A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Jan 02, 2015

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    I lived in RVA for 4 years and had no idea this place existed! It was awesome. An old train buttress turned into a climbing wall. Someone came along and bolted the routes and left courtesy rugs for ropes (high flooded area). It was perfect. We started on the shaded wall where it was a bit chilly but we outsmarted the brick and had hand warmers in our chalk bags!

    I will be honest I felt a little funny climbing ...

    A Nation Takes Root

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on Jun 07, 2014

    52 photos

    ... Jamestowne needed a way to make money and trade across seas as well as with the Native Americans.  Glass was in demand and some Dutchmen who had moved to the colonies were skilled tradesmen.  They soon built a glasshouse and began making glass.  Traditional glass was green in color and when heated gets up to 2,000 degrees.  They would make windows, bottles, drinking glasses and so on.  This industry only lasted one year before the settlers strained ...

    Just like John Smith!

    A travel blog entry by mariah.ashenden on Oct 01, 2013

    67 photos

    ... an unknown river in the dark, we should probably anchor at Jamestown. Coming into Jamestown, Beau & I felt like the original colonists sailing in on the Susan Constant, Godspeed & Discovery. Granted we may have had a few extra tools than they did, lol, like GPS & a depth finder. However, it was very neat to feel the history that we were traveling through. We decided to celebrate our destination with our favorite drinks. Earlier in ...