Hampton Inn Stafford/Quantico & Conference Center

Address: 2925 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Stafford, Virginia, 22554, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 2925 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Stafford.
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    Day 1 Notes for future trips

    A travel blog entry by pamanion on Feb 16, 2015

    We had already delayed our trip due to another wicked snowstorm and below zero temps with nasty wind chills. But finally sunday at sunset, we packed up the cars and brought the cat to Sandy Hook. The winds off Noyes pond were worst we had ever seen with serious whiteouts where you could see NOTHING! Monday AM, I checked the weather channel casually …

    Welcome to Stafford, Va!

    A travel blog entry by kahlynbell on Jul 08, 2014

    ... take my 5 year old sisters down to the store for something my mom needed. For 3 years, I attended Japanese school. The memories I have of Japan, will never fade and will always be in my heart. As sad as it is, with DoDEa schools in Japan not being very good with education, it was time to return home. We left July 8, 2014. We stayed the night at a lodge and my dads co-worker rented a bus (yes a big bus for a family of 5 ...

    Day 9

    A travel blog entry by lynbertram on Apr 28, 2014

    6 comments, 9 photos

    ... most of whom are returned soldiers from WW2. There are also 700 soldiers buried from the wars in Iran and Iraq. The grounds are filled with beautiful gardens and flowering cherry blossom trees. The placement of the posts (headstones) symbolises soldiers marching in formation so are buried in formation. We visited the White House and had a group photo......too many things to see so couldn't stop for a cuppa with Michelle.....maybe next time :) ...

    Presentation 2, Greek and Turkish Folk Music

    A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 26, 2014

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    ... to present days and accompany traditional songs and dances are: string instruments such as the tabouras, violin, lyra (of Crete, Pontos and Thrace) and santour; wind instruments such asthe klarino, gaida,zournas, tsabouna, and percussion instruments such as the daouli,defi, and touberleki. In addition, more recent instruments that came with the immigrants of Asia Minor that settled in Greece include the bouzouki, baglamas, and tzouras. Karagouna is a ...

    Metro into Washington DC

    A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Oct 27, 2013

    ... the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. He also took inspiration from the Gettysburg address. Harry Bellfonte along with Nelson Rockefeller were supporters and that is where the promissory note in the speech came from. Walked to Korean memorial. The standing soldiers are haunting. Went to Lincoln memorial and Vietnam Memorial. Looked up Daniel Yanell's name, Evy's brother. The first person I knew to die in the Vietnam War. Walked back to the Metro to ride ...