Sleep Inn

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

    Four states in about 2 hours of driving time!!!

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 05, 2014

    9 photos

    After spending the previous day on secondary roads I spent most of the day on freeways … and was terrified that I’d never get there. The freeways are very fast and BUSY with traffic. I stopped at a rest area and crossed the freeway by way of an overpass to have a look at a view from the other side and could hardly stay upright because of the wind, so, clearly the wind was contributing to my fear on the road.

    Soon after that ...

    Arrived in Virginia Today...

    A travel blog entry by jean.hamberg on Sep 14, 2014

    19 photos

    ... Battlefields that were used for either the Revolutionary War and/or the Civil War are found in many spots in Virginia. We really just picked one at random as we were passing through, and found that the Battle at Gaines' Mill, which was part of the "7 Days Battle" of skirmishes, was actually one of the bigger battles in the area ...

    Old world dining and apple throwing

    A travel blog entry by nomesjp on Sep 12, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... food of the frontier'! Corn bread and BBQ, beans and fried chicken, mashed potato and biscuits (which are more like thinner scones than our biscuits) with gravy or stewed tomatoes. It was all really good, hearty food and the atmosphere was great as well! I could just imagine this type of food being eaten on cold, snowy nights by roaring wood fires. Very American, and I enjoyed it :)

    After wandering around several gift ...

    Once upon a time in America

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Nov 28, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... man what a Hokie was and he explained that it was an old saying, but is now a word for a turkey.


    The game began with the University of Virginia marching band on the field and the team led out by a cavalier on a galloping horse and the cheerleaders all to the strains of the college fight song. All very colourful.


    (Editor: the brass band was a hoot! The musicians surprisingly look quite normal! ...

    Wolftrap Farm and Charlottesville

    A travel blog entry by nandrews on Aug 17, 2012

    26 photos

    Woke up to the sound of horses and birds singing. The long road to the farm has a serious hill that gave both Steve and I a super-morning workout. We started exploring the grounds and Ron snapped a photo of the biggest snapping turtle we've ever seen. Decided not to try swimming in the pond but the cane poles are tempting. This area is home to many, many horse farms. Laurie, the owner of five horses stabled here, told ...