TownePlace Suites Fredericksburg

Address: 4700 Market St, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22408-8600, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4700 Market St, Fredericksburg, is near Trolley Tours of Fredericksburg, Kenmore, James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library, and Fredericksburg Confederate Cemetery.
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          Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg

          WTF?! I look like a tourist!

          A travel blog entry by brookfamily on Aug 24, 2013

          12 photos

          ... and lock it around a table leg or post so you can take it off while you eat or rest and not have to worry about somebody grabbing it.

's a man purse...but...if it keeps somebody from walking off with my ID, Debit Card, Plane Tickets, Reservations & be it. A worthy investment and I purchased it for $16 less than I thought it would cost @ $34.

          Jodie also found this great neck wallet thingy for $1 that is ...

          Moving Farther South

          A travel blog entry by dsandow on Aug 23, 2013

          4 photos

          Friday started with a search for fuel. We cannot take this RV into just any gas station, so sometimes it becomes a challenge to just find a place to fill up. After success with that mission, we endured some crazy traffic trying to get out of the DC area but we made it to Fredericksburg in time for some additional exploration.

          While Washington DC is a southern city, we found that moving farther into Virginia reveals ...

          Day trip to Fredericksburg

          A travel blog entry by nandrews on Aug 21, 2012

          4 photos

          We decided that a traveler to Virginia must visit a Civil War battle site. Sooooo, we chose Fredericksburg. This battlefield was a location of some horrific loss of life. More than 100,000 men died. The Marye's Height hill and stone wall were success fully defended by the Confederates. We drove through additional battle sites on Prospect Hill ...

          Travel to the Hurricane

          A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Aug 27, 2011

          ... it off the plane. When the announcement came that all of the bags were off about 5 of us were standing there. I went immediately to the customer service as I had located it earlier anticipating trouble. The woman took my info and thought that the bags might still arrive.

          I got my rental car and drove down to Fredericksburg, stopping at a store to pick up water and instant food. Now to see if the storm does much.

          Day One: Boston to Virginia

          A travel blog entry by zoe-the-dog on Jun 17, 2010

          3 comments, 1 photo

          ... dinner in Manassas, our much anticipated destination of Ben's Whole Hog BBQ was tragically closed. Closed permanently that is, an old shack with an asian name sat in it's place at 2466 Old Centerville Road, looking dilapidated and sad- Not nearly as sad as the look on Jesse's face when he realized that whole hog was not in the cards for him that night. After a frustrating look at yelp's local food options, we decided to go about it the old fashion way and ...