Sleep Inn & Suites

80 Cottage Green Dr, Ashland, Virginia, 23005, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 80 Cottage Green Dr, Ashland, is near James River Cellars Winery and Slash Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Ashland

    Tank Tops

    A travel blog entry by anah.gagnon on Aug 09, 2014

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    Truckstop. Home for tonight. JP is busy working in the trailer. We did some laundry. I threw in a few things with JP's work clothes... Some white tank tops that were brand new... Smelly but not dirty dirty. Lol...that was a mistake! I'm wearing a long skirt and as I walk around the truckstop the hem gets coated in ...

    Jenny McCarthy

    A travel blog entry by anah.gagnon on Aug 09, 2014

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    12 hours of driving later....look how far we got.... Not quite done yet. We are totally in the groove wish we could keep going but truckers have rules. Listening to the Jenny McCarthy show. Her fiancé Donnie walburg is on the show tonight. "I'm gunna smell your d**k!" (Show ...

    Greek and Turkish Pop Music

    A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff on Jan 28, 2014

    ... also used in his music in Turkey. Peggy Zina is a popular Greek singer. Her popularity took off around 1995 with her self-titled, debut album. In Mazi Sou album included unique instruments such as an accordion, bells and triangle as well as the more common drums and guitar.

    Greek and Turkish Folk Music

    A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff on Jan 28, 2014

    ... türkü singers (those who create local music via anonymous songs) and âsiks. Türkü singers sing the songs that are performed in all sorts of celebrations, special rituals, certain religious gatherings and funerals throughout Anatolia. As they sing them over and over, they add different words, and create new songs with new names. The musical patterns as well as the lyrics they use are anonymous. Asiks on the other ...

    Perspective

    A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 27, 2014

    ... walk the town and not get lost or know it only takes 15 minutes to walk to the Grand Bizarre from the hotel. I even knew what shop had my favorite Turkish Delight in it. So I was able to learn the city and suck in the culture while in Turkey. Also there was a difference in the human interaction between the countries. In Turkey we got a lot of one on one time with Turks when we were eating lunch or grabbing a snack. I think this was ...