Days Inn Leesburg

721 East Market Street , Leesburg, Virginia, 20175, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 721 East Market Street , Leesburg, is near Historical White's Ferry, Morven Park, Ball's Bluff Battlefield and National Cemetery, and Lost Creek Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Leesburg

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by joeandmez on Mar 25, 2014

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... and Space Museum. As one of the free Smithsonian's this place was filled with full size planes and space craft. With many hands on and interactive exhibitions showcasing the history of flight it was hard not to stay here all ...

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by lisajoa on Oct 13, 2013

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... You could actually get right up to the steps here and it was nice to be able to take photos. We walked past the space museum. Closed. Then decided to find the Jefferson memorial. We saw it across the tidal basin and started to walk round. More fences as it was the Martin Luther king monument, we decided like a lot of people to ignore it and walk round. Next was the barricades for the FDR monument as it ...

Things that make you go....mmmm

A travel blog entry by judymclean on Jun 30, 2013

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... at was apparently Rosa Park's experience when she refused to go to he back of the bus! Things that make me go ...mmmm. is it me or is Madame Tussaud wax museum just plain old creepy?  I did get to meet Johnny Depp and Michael Jackson...tried to do selfies but came off looking like a lonely loser!   Next we went onto Philadelphia and saw the liberty bell, something else and ...

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by elandaa on Jun 24, 2013

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... damage) towards the World War II memorial, by the pool of reflection and up to the Lincoln Memorial. I’ll say one thing – the Yanks know how to do public, poignant spaces. In each place there was an air of celebration, pride and respect. Sitting on the steps of the Lincoln memorial, where Martin Luther King Jr gave his famous 1963 speech “….free at last, free at last, thank God almighty I’m free at last!’ to 250 000 people, one could not help ...

From Orange to Leesburg

A travel blog entry by bushybird on May 11, 2013

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... This house had been used by both Confederates & Unionists as a holding place for injured servicemen who were awaiting transportation by rail to hospitals in the area. In June 1863 it was the scene of the largest cavalry battle in US history, some 20,000 soldiers on horseback clashed on its open grounds. It was named Grafitti House because the men, whilst waiting to be transported to hospitals, had written and drawn on the walls ...