Vienna Wolf Trap Hotel

Address: 430 Maple Ave. W, Vienna, Virginia, 22180, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 430 Maple Ave. W, Vienna, is near Great Falls National Park, Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, Tysons Corner Center, and Blenheim.
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      Celebrating a Half Birthday

      A travel blog entry by thespeck on Jul 03, 2014

      ... and we had a great dinner there. The service was amazingly quick and the food was good. We had the fried oyster salad appetizer and then Caroline had the shrimp and grit cakes and I had the burger with sweet potato fries. Both were very good though Caroline thought hers was slightly over salted (I think that was the effect of swine in the sauce), this feeling lessened after several bites and her palate adjusted from the blue cheese in ...

      On the left side... on the right side you see...

      A travel blog entry by on Apr 17, 2014

      16 photos

      ... the billions of Germans running around all over NY and even this hostel she totally agrees. Well, it is Easter break obviously.

      She is still sleeping in the morning when I head out, otherwise I would have loved to spend the day with her... But my time in DC is limited and with a foot screaming in pain every time I make a step I am not the best companion, I must admit.

      Thus, to somewhat give ...

      Road Trip (Day 8) Harrisburg to Washington DC

      A travel blog entry by culvy on Nov 11, 2013

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... it was realised how important the history that occurred in the area was and the major fields were preserved. Even the barns, wooden fences and rock walls were preserved in the exact spots that they were during those 3 fateful days. Fences, hills, rocks and cannons all provided an opportunity to reflect and try to imagine what happened here. It's crazy to try understand what it was like to fight in ...

      Hello Mr President

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Aug 27, 2013

      261 photos

      ... culture. The theatre group closed with a sum up of life in DC which was good as a tourist and very amusing to the locals!

      The following morning was an early start, well ok we left home at 0930, to the National Archives. Made more famous in popular culture by the film National Treasure starring Nicolas Cage. This is where in one impressive room the Declaration of Independence, the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights are all kept on display. The early ...

      Washington DC

      A travel blog entry by bushybird on May 07, 2013

      ... abused their friendly approach and tried to colonise them. There were 3 Attempts in the early 17th Century to colonise the North of America by the British, but most of the people died of starvation because of their attitude to the indigenous Indians. We then walked up to the White House, which we couldn't go into as we are not American nationals, so we decided to call it a day and go back to Georgetown. Had a rest and a shower then went out ...