Hampton Inn Winchester-North

Address: 1204 Berryville Avenue, Winchester, Virginia, 22601, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1204 Berryville Avenue, Winchester, is near Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Glen Burnie Historic House and Gardens, Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters, and Washington's Office Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Winchester

    And Away We Go...to Ireland 2016

    A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Oct 09, 2015

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    Left Front Royal at 4:45pm to meet Brian & Cleo in Manassas for a bon voyage dinner. At 5:15 we realized Dave left his phone at home. WOW!! Who would have thought Dave would forget his phone, now that's something I would do!!! So back to Front Royal we went in the pouring rain.I love an adventure!! Just finished dinner ! Thanks Brian & Cleo! Off to the airport. Leave at 10:25 pm arrive in Dublin 11:30am Sat. 10/10/15. Next blog Sat. Night. Love you ...

    Shenandoah National Park

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Aug 25, 2015

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    ... of the picnic areas. It was a good time at the park.

    Once we got back to the coach, we took Mousse on another walk to the river where he is getting increasingly more interested in the water. Today, he ventured out to the deep water and was swimming.

    Tomorrow, we pull out of Virginia and head to Pennsylvania.

    Happy Trails,
    Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...

    Mousse Does Washington DC - and doesn't like it

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Aug 24, 2015

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    ... from the White House. Our plan was to take Mousse for a walk to the Washington Monument, White House, World War II Memorial, and the Reflecting Pond. Mousse had a difficult time with all the people, sirens, and sounds of the big city. Most of the walk he was either timid or scared. We did get stopped by a bunch of people who wanted to pet Mousse. He didn't have any problem ...

    Post-visit: A True Virginian Town

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 03, 2014

    21 photos

    ... accent, but the young people don't. I wonder if it's a subconscious way of stating their identity. Will the young people start speaking with a Southern accent as the grow older as a way of saying "I'm from the South and I'm proud of it" or will this accent die out?

    There are African Americans here--but not that many... and I spot only one bi-racial couple... definitely not the same feel as Martinsburg or Hagerstown. There is a growing Latino ...

    Great Allegheney Passage Bike Trip – Day 1

    A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Jul 28, 2013

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    ... we are set to depart. Everyone is quite enthusiastic as most adventures begin, but I can also clearly feel the apprehension and fear, especially with Emma.

    At the start, there are 2 paths right next to each other – one is paved and one is dirt. In my infinite wisdom, I say we will start on the paved one as long as we can. Well, we ride for several miles and slowly the dirt trail separates, but we don't ...