Wytestone Suites

4615 Southpoint Pkwy., Fredericksburg, Virginia, VA 22407, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4615 Southpoint Pkwy., Fredericksburg, is near Kenmore, Trolley Tours of Fredericksburg, James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library, and Fredericksburg Confederate Cemetery.
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    Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg

    Day 1 - On Our Way to Fredericksburg

    A travel blog entry by islawesner on Oct 31, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... down the streets and enjoyed looking in some festively decorated store windows of a variety of shops, boutiques and antique stores. We also saw some people enjoying a horse drawn carriage ride through the streets. It seemed like a nice evening for a carriage ride. And appropriately enough, since it was Halloween, we saw a haunted house and some people dressed in Halloween costumes going in. Tomorrow we will check out some of the Civil ...

    Seven days left, and counting the hours.

    A travel blog entry by a_teen_abroad on Mar 25, 2012

    We have seven days left until we leave for our next great adventure! Our bags are packed and we have scrubed the house witin an inich of its life. We have a family staying in our house wile we are gone. They are going to take care of our cats, dogs, and horses.

    I ,luckaly, only have a four day week of school. We had Friday off, and we have Monday off too. This four day weekend was great to get ready for the trip. I got to spend a hole day doing "style research". ...

    My Study Abroad Experience

    A travel blog entry by moverman on Mar 26, 2011

    5 photos

    ... it is uncustomary to smile at people or apologize for bumping into them. I also had to correct some misconceptions about Americans. So many foreigners think that Americans are overweight, stupid, and adicted to fast food. I found myself at numerable instances standing up for American culture and found by the end of the trip that I actually really missed the humor and the laid back qualities of Americans.
    On my ...

    A brief tour of Virginia's Civil War battlefields

    A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger on Mar 19, 2010

    33 photos

    ... of the war approaches in 2011 these battlefields will get increased attention and visitation.

    We decided to visit and explore Manassas -- site of the first major conflict between Confederate and Union soldiers, Fredericksburg -- site of an urban war conflict (and in its own right a pretty historic small town worthy of visiting), and Richmond -- site of the White House of the Confederacy and ...

    Driving Delirium

    A travel blog entry by dawncole on Dec 12, 2009

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... yard, which I did. Then events started to unfold. I felt like Zac's grandpa yelling at the GPS. The road I needed to take was closed - something the Garmin doesn't account for. Suddenly I was in a very bad neighborhood and no idea how to get out. I was too far in to turn around; all I could do was find the quickest new route back to a highway or interstate. Sweating profusely and knuckles turning white on the steering ...