Bragg Towers

Address: 99 S. Bragg St, Alexandria, Virginia, 22312, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Alexandria West area of Alexandria, is near Old Town Waterfront, Fort Ward Museum and Park, Cameron Run Regional Park, and Bluemont Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    A Visit to "The Seminary"

    A travel blog entry by frguido on May 25, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... a classmate now- Fr. Jaime Flowers, who is Rector of St. George's in Bossier City, LA. We sat at the feet and learned from some of the giants of the Church whose voices still echo in my ear. Sage advice from the experienced: "This is serious business, but don't take yourselves too seriously."

    But it is Memorial Day Weekend... the students are gone, the campus is empty except for spirits and the Spirit and memories of a day gone by.
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    In and around the U.S. capital

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Aug 22, 2014

    35 photos

    ... examine the flag. At the Visitors' Center Michael Rubin came and met with us and advised us to send en e-mail with all relevant information including photos and provenance of the flag. We will do this shortly.
    With that done we started to explore the city. Our exploration started at the Spy Museum. Apparently, spying is the second-oldest profession. All through history mankind has relied on intelligence to ...

    Mt Vernon

    A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 23, 2014

    12 photos

    ... main house we looked around the outbuildings that included the kitchen, slave quarters, forge and stables, laundry etc. There is also a pioneer farm and colonial greenhouse and gardens. Produce from the gardens is used in the on-site restaurant. Also on the property is George Washington's Tomb. When he died at Mt Vernon he left instructions that he be buried on the estate. The vault was completed in 1831 and also contains the remains of his wife and other ...

    Exploring Washington

    A travel blog entry by rudimim on May 07, 2014

    11 photos

    ... an Apollo Lunar Module, the engine of the Space Shuttle. Aircraft from Both World Wars, and lots of other stuff. Before we knew it, time had flown, we were inside for over 3 hours. It did not feel like it at all.

    Mim came up we a clever way to make the rain stop, we bought an umbrella.

    We continued our walk down the Mall, made our way past several more Smithsonian Institutes, and made our way back to ...

    Washington- the place of power!

    A travel blog entry by billandkaz on Dec 28, 2013

    4 comments, 56 photos

    ... your camera/mobile phone if you are seen by the thousands of security cameras on the buildings, fences, etc) so I only have one photo to show you that I took from Arlington Cemetery.

    Bill patiently waited for me to take lots of photos at Arlington Cemetery so he got to run amok at the National Air and Space Museum while I followed him around and also got some "foot resting" time out while he looked around - no photos here from me as it was around ...