Days Inn Alexandria Landmark

Address: 110 South Bragg Street, Alexandria, Virginia, 22312, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located in the Alexandria West area of Alexandria, is near Old Town Waterfront, Fort Ward Museum and Park, Cameron Run Regional Park, and Bluemont Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    Dogs on Parade

    A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Apr 26, 2015

    20 photos

    ... where I bought a pair of sunglasses, which came in handy, considering I forgot mine in New Hampshire. I also bought some soap, because I love soap, and also because I forgot mine in New Hampshire. Go figure. It was a really cute shop. Mom bought a scarf there too.

    We then walked further down the street and found a Gap Outlet. Mom and Auntie took advantage of their sales, as did half of the state of Virginia! It was crazy crowded in there! But the two of ...


    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 21, 2014

    3 photos

    ... fort was actually very interesting, and it was only the heat of the closely-approaching midday sun that made us want to leave. On the way into Washington DC, we stopped at Arlington Cemetery. If there is one thing that America does very well, it's honour their military dead. There were quite a few visitors in the oppressive sun, but even so, the whole complex (which was huge) was quiet. Looking over the rows of geometrically perfect white marble graves was chilling in ...

    Arlington Cemetery

    A travel blog entry by jillmac on May 05, 2014

    11 photos

    ... their schools to lay at the tomb while a bugler played the last post. It was quite moving and it was lovely to see the little kids being so solemn and respectful. The tomb was positioned on the hill at the top of the cemetery and behind it was a pavillion and a large marble amphitheatre. After the ceremony we walked around the grounds and visited President Kenedys gravesite with it's eternal flame and flag at half ...

    Washington- the place of power!

    A travel blog entry by billandkaz on Dec 28, 2013

    4 comments, 56 photos

    ... NYC and still have 2 weeks to try some if not all of those goodies on the list.

    At the restaurant I rang my beautiful sister Cheryl for her 60th birthday and I know she will kill me for publishing her age but honey, there are many people who never made it to 20, 30 or even 60, who would give anything just for another day in this world with those they love and I believe that EVERY birthday should be celebrated, every single year - you have no power ...

    In the Words of Tom Petty...

    A travel blog entry by molliecura on Jul 10, 2013


    ... end said, "By the way, I like your accent." Oh dear, I realized. I have an accent. And I'm quite sure it's not a very good one.

    For now, though, I wait. I wait until my visa gets stamped on my passport. I wait until the last of the boxes arrives in Spain. And I wait until someone buys this couch. But in the words of Tom Petty, "The waiting is the hardest part."