Goodstone Inn & Restaurant

Address: 36205 Snake Hill Road, Middleburg, Virginia, 20117, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 36205 Snake Hill Road, Middleburg, is near Chrysalis Vineyards, Swedenburg Estate, Piedmont Vineyards and Winery, and Potomac Overlook Regional Park.
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    Got any grapes???

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jun 27, 2015

    ... slowed to a drizzle and we were able to make it into Dulles still fairly dry. I kept checking my phone, not really believing what I’d seen, but it is true – the clouds remain, but the storm itself is predicted to hold off until later this evening. And that, to me, is a miracle! Forget locusts and fire and rivers running red – slow down a thunderstorm for my stupid scared self, and I’ll take it.

    I made it through ...

    A perfect ending - A perfect beginning

    A travel blog entry by adamel on May 28, 2015

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    ... one more hug, one more picture, one more high five and congratulations. One more moment to remember. That concept has been on my mind a lot this last year - being in the moment, appreciating moments and experiences. If I'm honest with myself it has been on my mind for much longer than that - five years, to be exact - but I'm just now starting to recognize it and embrace it. In our modern society we are constantly bombarded with stimuli, from ...

    Back home and some takeaways

    A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Dec 08, 2014

    ... It was a wonderful trip. For Patagonia, I was expecting the worse: cold showers, hungry all the time, tired a lot, and downpours. But luckily none of that happened. Except for the high winds, the weather was perfect. I could have used more sun for better picture taking. I also ate and slept well during the whole trip. The hike wasn't as strenuous as I though it would be. The views were gorgeous. If I ever ...

    Ashgabat and Merv Turkmenistan

    A travel blog entry by mollyquul on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... Silk Road city of Merv. Between the 8th & 13 c , it was called the "pearl of the East, second only to Baghdad. This area was conquered /crossroads for many major civilizations: Greeks, Persian, Turks...It was totally destroyed, inhabitants massacred by Genghis Khan 1221. A few eroded ruins are left, and a mausoleum has been restored. One of the tombs has become a site of Muslim pilgrimage, and it was interesting to see the local tourists.

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    Leaving Dulles

    A travel blog entry by alliero on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... at the last minute if there was enough space. The bag without the sweatshirt was 50.5 pounds, but they let me add in the sweatshirt anyways. So yay for US Air doing something nice :) I managed to fit my backpack in the overhead bin, but it was a pretty tight fit. And my tote is gonna have to get shoved under the seat somehow. I have a quick flight to Charlotte, then a little layover, and then on to San ...