Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Petersburg / Dinwiddie

Address: 5679 Boydton Plank Rd, Petersburg, Virginia, 23803-8945, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 5679 Boydton Plank Rd, Petersburg, is near Petersburg National Battlefield Park, Pamplin Historical Park, Dinwiddie and Pamplin Historical Park, and Breakthrough Trail.
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        Travel Blogs from Petersburg

        Charleston to Richmond

        A travel blog entry by steveguy on Sep 13, 2015

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... enroute at Warp 8.0 Interstellar travel can be boring with nothing to see on I-95 you can't see anything because of the forest on either side or is it the trees. There's Klingons on the starboard bow, starboard bow, starboard bow; there's Klingons on the starboard bow, starboard bow,...... Ok Uhura keep your pants on remember we are still in this alternative universe where you turn light switches off to turn them on, make right turns even if the lights are red so ...

        Miles 0-77: Lessons from day 1

        A travel blog entry by doug.jamieson on Sep 07, 2015

        2 comments, 3 photos

        ... However, you learn things such as if you can coast down a slight incline at 14 mph, it is probably not worth the energy to pedal to hit 18 mph. Let it coast! This vehicle is like a boat. It is going one direction and all you can do is try to nudge it around. Any drastic actions will result in losing balance. This is probably great practice for riding bigger motorcycles. My enemies in this trip will be heat, hills and health. In this heat it is ...

        Cars and War

        A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 15, 2015

        11 photos

        ... be a hot day. Got to bypass the long lines since we had our armbands and payment tickets. We set up the site and I manned it while Terry went "looking" for stuff for his Nova. We had gotten a few items yesterday and he picked up a few more today. We had a pretty good breeze until early afternoon so we watched some of the cars drag racing looked at the show cars then left to get gas and back to the motorhome. ...

        Confederate Museum and White House

        A travel blog entry by jpandpa on Jun 27, 2013

        3 photos

        ... House. This building had been built by a wealthy resident of Richmond and had all the modern conveniences of the time, including the first flushing toilet. When the war broke out, he offered the house to Jefferson Davis and his family, as he thought the home had the opulence required for the White House. After the war, the house was used for four years by the Northern military left to oversee the reconstruction. Even though Northern ...

        The Adventures of Brizette and Loverto, Part II

        A travel blog entry by bretandlizette on Jun 01, 2012

        21 photos

        ... until a thunderstorm rolls in and forces a suspension. No problem: the second item on our itinerary is indoors. We post up early at The Camel to avoid the cover charge to see some local bands including Richmond favorite Black Girls. The music is good and upbeat, but we duck out early for more porch time.

        Early Saturday morning, we brunch at Secco wine bar and revisit Carytown on our own. Lizette supports the Clementine Warehouse (soon-to-be called Ashby) with the purchase of ...