Red Roof Inn Staunton

Address: 42 Sangers Lane, Staunton, Virginia, 24401, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 42 Sangers Lane, Staunton, is near Blackfriars Playhouse, Frontier Culture Museum, and Woodrow Wilson Birthplace.
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      Travel Blogs from Staunton

      A Quick Drive

      A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Nov 13, 2014

      On our way out from Washington D.C. we decided to stop at Arlington Cemetery, but not for long. After arriving we immediately felt a strange sadness everywhere. It was probably the saddest places I have ever been to in my life. We only stayed for about 30 minutes. We could not stay any longer even if we tried. the only things of note that we did witness there was J.F.K.'s ...

      A good hike

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 04, 2014

      ... rocks and we couldn't see where we had to step. They were also huge leaves so sometimes it felt like I was going snowboarding down the mountain on leaves. I have little feet so this wasn’t a problem for Chris. Haha! The views at the top of the trail were fantastic and we took some great photos. When we got to the bottom of the trail we met an Appalachian hiker that had been on the trail for 5 days. He was super sweet and asked us for a ride ...

      The Shenandoah Valley - Virginia's Bucolic West

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... Wilson and went on a guided tour of the house he was born in, but the museum was really pretty paltry and quite lacking in objects of his presidency.

      These experiences all make me believe the federal government should just run everything – take over some of those pathetically run private sites of historical importance and make them into National Park Service units. I’ve had it with the notion of privately run places of national interest and value!


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      Woodrow Wilson

      A travel blog entry by groupmhjd on Nov 19, 2012

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      ... Virginia saying “I was born in a state called Virginia. It’s a beautiful state the mountains almost higher than the sky. As I remember the state I was born in, I will always remember both the good and the bad that happened there. But I will always love Virginia because it is a part of my life that will be with me forever.” When I saw this quote I was inspired by the way he loved Virginia and how much ...

      And so it began

      A travel blog entry by dannibouar on Jan 19, 2012

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... recession, say farewell to our amazing family of friends (not to mention constant sunshine) in San Diego, and opt to become unemployed nomads? It really goes back to before we met -- we've both always wanted to combine travel abroad with a social purpose, in an attempt to begin to give back for all that we have been fortunate to receive. Once we realized our common ambition, we started to plan for our journey. ...