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 ...

      What happens when 37 teens have your number?!?

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on May 05, 2014

      7 comments, 70 photos

      ... to travel to Vietnam for 4 and a half weeks a couple of years ago and I was able to see and learn so much about this war and the people who fought on both sides of it. The memorial was very abstract and powerful. Nicolette and Jazmine said a little prayer at each, and my Nicky and Jack read my emotions perfectly, and gave me hugs at just the right moment. (Of course making me fall to pieces...)

      All the kids were so respectful ...

      Days 213 - 218: USA - Road Trip, East Coast

      A travel blog entry by djmorton on Dec 13, 2013

      109 photos

      ... paper I have to really feel the place and get it under my skin. If I don't experience a strong emotion or a place doesn't have that something special it's difficult to write about. The scenery and houses started changing the further north we headed. Around the North and South Carolina border, Mum and Dad called it a 'New England' feel. For those, including myself, who don't know what that means, think of the setting in the series of Revenge. Although the Hamptons is many thousands ...

      Museums & Monuments

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 30, 2013

      ... end o the museum. Far from it. There is a section dedicated to the original star spangled banner (it is bloody big!) and America through the ages but by this point I was pretty burnt out, and have seen enough similar stuff (most recently in Canada) to know the general jist. Instead I broke into daylight to check out some monuments. First up was the Wasington Monument. Unfortunately this is covered in scaffolding as checks and safety measures are but into place after an ...

      Washington DC: An Unexpected Surprise

      A travel blog entry by 2lovebirds on May 08, 2013

      4 photos

      ... describe the overwhelming emotions of the moment. For me, this was a treasured moment.

      To find out more about the Honor Flight program, you can go to

      It was hard to break away from this heart-warming event, but there's our boarding call...

      quote from Will Rogers: "We can't all be heroes. Some of us have to stand on the curb and applaud as they go by."