The Crossroads Inn

Address: 3018 Russell Rd. , Quantico, Virginia, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quantico

Are you gonna go my way?

A travel blog entry by janeyjay on Jul 29, 2014

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Here is how you know you are driving through the South at night: you smell, with great frequency, skunk, intermingled with the pungent diesel fumes of about 100 18 wheelers. And myriad signs for BBQ, various products made with the local prolific fruit (peach wine, anyone?) and national parks signs for Civil War battlefields and/or monuments.

We experienced all of that and more on our travels this fine day.

After a hectic morning ...

A big day in the capital

A travel blog entry by pamrich on May 16, 2014

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Another 5:00 am start for an early subway ride to Pennsylvania station to catch our 7:00 am train to Washington. The trip took a little over 3 hours, but was very comfortable and we enjoyed looking at the changing scenery and catching up on some reading. There had been very heavy rain on the way and in Washington itself, but as we came into Washington it cleared and the day ended up being fine and even sunny at times.

The Union Station is very impressive with a large domed roof ...

Bus tour of Washington and more Smithsonian

A travel blog entry by carolynscreen on Dec 04, 2013

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Andrew started of early to to the big bus tour of Washington DC. For the main part of the trip a person up top of the bus provided commentary as we went around. He was quite good and filled in a lot of interesting information beyond what the normal audio commentary provides. Separate buses take you to the zoo And the national cathedral but due to time these were only ...

Intrepid & Enterprising

A travel blog entry by definaclan on Sep 22, 2013

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... and into the museum. Down the end of pier is a Concorde, so rather than enter the boat straight away, we walk down and have a look. It is different to what I imagined, smaller in diameter but longer, it looks fast just sitting on the deck, but sad as it will never take to the air again.

Off to one side, is a scrap of metal, that begs investigation. It is a piece of the world trade centre, and the reason it is here is ...

Pausing to honor our Marine

A travel blog entry by photosbyaiyer on Jun 15, 2013

Driving up the East Coast, we were stuck in traffic for a couple hours. Taking a detour, we found the museum. It is not huge, but is a beautiful tribute to our Marines. We bought some ...