Holiday Inn Express & Suites Thornburg (I-95 Exit 118)

Address: 6415 Dan Bell Lane, Thornburg, Virginia, 22565, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 6415 Dan Bell Lane, Thornburg, is near Jackson Shrine.
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      Travel Blogs from Thornburg

      Day 7 Battle Chancellorsville

      A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 07, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... later from pneumonia.
      The next day Lee pressed his advantage and the Northern army retreated across the Rappahannock River to safety.
      Buoyed by another victory, Lee headed North to a place called Gettysburg!!!! Casulaties: North 17,197, South 13,303.

      Travelled here straight from Fredericksburg, its about an 10 mile journey, although this was a new campaign by the North to move to Richmond and a year on from ...

      Presentation 2, Greek and Turkish Folk Music

      A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 26, 2014

      9 photos

      ... saz and the Asian tanbur. The bouzouki was traditionally used for dancing and entertainment at social gatherings. It became a featured instrument in rebetika, a type of improvised early 20th-century music associated with the Greek underworld. Since gaining a wider audience, the bouzouki has become the major popular-music instrument of Greece. It is also played in a variety of musical genres throughout the world, including jazz, bluegrass, rock, and folk ...

      About Palaces, Performances, Paris and Partlow...

      A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters on Apr 16, 2012

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... as you climbed the hill behind the formal garden and looked down on it. There were large fountains and statues - and at the top of the hill a large structure covered in statues. From this point you got the full effects of the gardens. You could see how they transitioned from formal to "cultured" wild spaces. We stopped for lunch at the lovely hilltop structure, then slowly worked our way back down the hill - this time walking through the ...

      A Final Postscript....

      A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters on May 03, 2011

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... shoe near a pool of blood. As I saw these images I wept. I cried because we were safe. I cried because others died. I cried because of the innocence shattered. I cried for Morocco.

      Tourism, which is Morocco’s second largest industry, will suffer for years. Many of the friends we made will no longer have the infusion of cash which comes from abroad. The suffering from the loss of tourism will be widespread and deep. The ...

      Hey today is Granddaughter's day

      A travel blog entry by ncraig on Jul 21, 2009

      19 photos

      ... and took a sip of her milk. She just watch as he did this then when he put it down she moved it to the other side of the table so he could not reach it. Grandpa said the only thing missing were the RED-HATS.

      We left Bumpass on Tuesday July 28th around 8:00 am to start our trip home. It will be good to get home but also I will be sad to miss my family in VA., but they are coming to visit us in September so it won't be to ...