Sleep Inn

Address: 222 Jefferson Highway, Staunton, Virginia, 24401, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 222 Jefferson Highway, Staunton, is near Blackfriars Playhouse, Frontier Culture Museum, and Woodrow Wilson Birthplace.
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      Travel Blogs from Staunton

      A Quick Drive

      A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Nov 13, 2014

      ... there. in any case, we headed out as soon as we could and made out way further south. We did intend to stop and check out Mount Vernon, but we were simply too tired to make another stop that day. Pounding the pavement in D.C. really brought down our stamina for future adventures. So, we decided to drive as far as we could that day and stop for the night when we got tired ...

      A good hike

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 04, 2014

      ... hike nearby. This trail was the Lewis Falls trail and it was 3.3miles and pretty challenging. The views once again were fantastic and it led us to a nice waterfall. This time of year the waterfalls are pretty much just trickles. In the spring they are usually raging gushing beasts but we settled for a pretty mossy covered falling stream. The start of the trail was down the mountain so the hike back up was a little tough and by the time we got to ...

      Charlottesville - THomas Jefferson Country

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 24, 2014

      79 photos

      ... neither marred the view of the house nor the views from the house.

      Jefferson is considered the ultimate American Renaissance man as author of the Declaration of Independence, Governor of Virginia, Ambassador to France, Secretary of State, Vice President and President, speaker of seven languages, architect, horticulturist, foremost wine expert in America at the time, founder of University of Virginia, and owner of the largest library in the new ...

      Once upon a time in America

      A travel blog entry by cemewa on Nov 28, 2013

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... family. The tradition is to have a feast of roast turkey and stuffing, gravy, potatoes, squash, other vegetables, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie with whipped cream for dessert. This supposedly follows, in general, what the early settlers had in the first Thanksgiving. There is also the tradition that the settlers invited the local native Americans to the celebration as they had helped the settlers to survive in the New World.
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      James Monroe - the forgotten President.

      A travel blog entry by thesairs on Jun 05, 2012

      5 photos

      ... He is best known for the Monroe Doctrine, policy which is in place to this day dealing with European intervention into American policies.

      Unlike Jefferson & Madison, James Monroe's background is much more middle class. He was born in April of 1758. His father was a moderately prosperous planter who also worked as a carpenter. He was sent off to school at the age of 11 and entered the College of ...