Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Petersburg / Dinwiddie

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

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to Richmond, Virginia

A travel blog entry by kennedyby4 on Jan 05, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

... south - a reason to return - to get to Richmond at a reasonable time. Welcome to The Jefferson Hotel - built around 1797. Have a look at this a stunning hotel.

Museum of the Confederacy was great, as was a tour of Confederate President Jefferson Davis' White House. Unfortunately,some really ugly buildings are jammed right to the door. Did a little shopping there, including buying a tie! :)


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It's a 6 State Day!

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Oct 29, 2014

29 photos

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We passed some Canadian ...

Richmond - Capital of the Confederacy

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 23, 2014

109 photos

... was still important enough in 1913 to have been made headquarters of one of the Federal Reserve system’s twelve regional banks.

There’s a huge contrast between Richmond and Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina 150 miles to the southwest is huge. While the Raleigh area has been growing by leaps and bounds with huge suburban office parks, miles of new McMansions, and much new downtown high rise construction, most of what you see in Richmond is quite old ...

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 22, 2014

132 photos

... since it was established
in the 1930s. A state-owned art collection is a nice but somewhat unusual
concept nowadays, but back in the 1930s guv’mint-hatin’ was not as in vogue as
it has become in recent decades.

I found the collection of American paintings and sculpture
from colonial times through the twentieth century to be especially impressive
(fitting for Virginia). Some unique ...

A Walk in the Park

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 10, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... the Confederate cemetery, at the top of a hill on the north side of the James, but apparently it's closed as too many people want to use it politically.

There are two political organisations here that promote the Confederate cause, Daughters and Sonsoif the Confederacy. They appear to be very right wing and aggressive about their cause.
Recently one of the older Virginia state buildings removed the Confederate flag after re-negotiating it's lease and ...