Sleep Inn, Potomac Mills

Address: 14080 Shoppers Best Way, Woodbridge, Virginia, 22192, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 14080 Shoppers Best Way, Woodbridge, is near Potomac Mills, Lazy Susan Dinner Theater, Leesylvania State Park, and Pohick Church.
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      Travel Blogs from Woodbridge

      Bill and Ada's Big Adventure

      A travel blog entry by crisguidi on Feb 14, 2014

      2 photos

      ... death of the Flats..but he's afraid of everything so this is not a surprise.

      By this time it is almost 5am and we are waiting for the cab to pick up up and drive us to the airport. Time to put the Flats away and walk downstairs. The Flats are now bundled up in John's carryon. So we will see what interesting places the Flats show ...

      Government shutdown blues

      A travel blog entry by rubyhutton on Oct 12, 2013

      5 photos

      ... 160; The next morning, we were still laughing about our eventful evening as we walked towards central DC, ready to not go into all the Smithsonian museums and not be in awe of the Lincoln Memorial. The shutdown really affected us here as everything is a National Park, funded by the Government. However, the bus tours were still running, so instead of going into all these places, we got to see them from the outside. The ...

      What An Absolutely Awesome Day!!!

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Jul 18, 2013

      23 photos

      ... great guided tour by the lady through the museum which had many Madison artifacts, as well as many of his possibly more famous wife, Dolly Madison. She even explained where the County and City of Orange got its name...not from the fruit, but from the Royal House of Netherlands. Great little local museum.

      Then I headed out to Madison's home. He called it Montpelier (Mount of the Pilgrims). Madison was also a "gentleman farmer," ...

      Washington DC ... Where's the shopping?

      A travel blog entry by edsells on Jun 27, 2013

      7 comments, 22 photos

      ... accent is of no help at all. I've seen more uniformed people than I care to remember in the last 3 weeks and not one of them has ever cracked a smile.

      Well, I can tell you that people in the east are more uptight than those from the west. The moment a traffic light turns green you are sure to hear the horns honking. Don't dare ask anyone in a suit for directions or they will just ignore you.

      Friday: it's probably a good thing that nothing really opens ...

      Visiting Obama

      A travel blog entry by roberton on Apr 10, 2013

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... Hall of the Natural History Museum was outrageously opulent and caused the 4th mind-boggle of our travels, with it's phenomenal petrous pyrotechnics. The National Portrait Gallery had a number of modern classics including some huge, disconcertingly beautiful, photo-realistic watercolours - Chuck Close meets Turner. The commercially run International Spy Museum was a pleasant surprise too, with plenty for all ages. Iain seemed quite taken by the workings of ...