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

    ... battle.

    More disorganised leadership on both sides meant unplanned attacks and lots of hand to hand fighting. Hooker was known as an aggressive commander and he nearly outsmarted Lee in this one. However, once again the North limped back from the field as if well beaten.

    Visitors centre had only just re-opened for the summer, so was lucky. Although the battle was named Chancellorsville its only a ...

    Presentation 2, Greek and Turkish Folk Music

    A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... the music section) In some regions, women perform folk dances to the accompaniment of folk songs. Greek Instruments: The Lyre: The ancient Greeks had a special place for music in their culture. In fact, many ancient Greek myths included the lyre. It was believed that this instrument was invented by the god Apollo. One example is that Amphion, son of Zeus, used a lyre to help build the walls of Thebes. According to the myth, as soon as Amphion started ...

    Rest day in Ashland

    A travel blog entry by feedtheneed on Jul 04, 2012

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... a family, with
    2 beautiful daughters, all the way from Maryland, they were asking about the
    parade route and I happened to be listening. Then he asked if I lived here and
    I said I was from the Seattle area and they said you’re a long way from home.

    I told them what I was doing riding across the country and they were amazed, the
    girls probably 9-13yrs. Just shook their heads and asked why…..So ...

    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 ...

    End of an Era

    A travel blog entry by doctormick on Dec 31, 2009

    Not usually a fan of New Years but tonight I will at least be ending the naughties in the same way that I started them – At Ed and Amy's with them and Susan and Morgan (and Sophie and the Fitzthingies)

    This decade has had some highpoints and some deep nadirs. I won’t miss it.

    What I listened to. Expressway to your Heart by the Soul Survivors – over and over again. Top. ...