Howard Johnson Inn Petersburg

Address: 12205 South Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia, 23805, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel is located on 12205 South Crater Road, Petersburg.
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      Travel Blogs from Petersburg

      Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to Richmond, Virginia

      A travel blog entry by kennedyby4 on Jan 05, 2015

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... south - a reason to return - to get to Richmond at a reasonable time. Welcome to The Jefferson Hotel - built around 1797. Have a look at this a stunning hotel.

      Museum of the Confederacy was great, as was a tour of Confederate President Jefferson Davis' White House. Unfortunately,some really ugly buildings are jammed right to the door. Did a little shopping there, including buying a tie! :)


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      It's a 6 State Day!

      A travel blog entry by journeyer on Oct 29, 2014

      29 photos

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      Dinner at Famous Dave’s – quite possibly better than Texan BBQ – just so ...

      Richmond - Capital of the Confederacy

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 23, 2014

      109 photos

      ... Monument Avenue is a broad boulevard laid out in the early 1900s west of downtown with a wide center median that’s lined with beautiful houses and has a monument to a Confederate leader at every 3rd or 4th intersection. Since the city has had an African-American majority for a while, one that’s been able to vote for the half century since the Civil Rights Movement, it seem only fitting that a monument to native son tennis player Arthur Ashe ...

      Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 22, 2014

      132 photos

      ... too small, with a good collection and variety of art from all eras and some
      different parts of the world, in attractive exhibition space with good
      lighting. Most of the VMFA building is actually very modern, something
      surprising for a city as conservative and tradition-bound as Richmond. I
      envisioned a very symmetrical colonnaded neoclassical building for Richmond’s
      collection, perhaps with some new ...

      More Surprises!!!

      A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 08, 2014

      8 comments, 6 photos

      ... families buried there). After independence it became an Episcopalian church although quickly fell into disrepair.
      After being pretty much destroyed in the Siege of the City, some local woman formed a group to save the church and use the grounds to re-inter the 30,000 CSA troops killed at the siege of Petersburg. Most of the soldiers are buried in mass graves for each state (easier to do with uniform and battle location) and the last one was ...