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24 S Market St, Staunton, United States
152 Fairway Lane, Staunton, United States
268 N Central Ave, Staunton, United States
96 Baker Ln, Staunton, United States
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... just fine. What we got as a small car was a Dodge Avenger, a mid-size sedan. We drove to Staunton, Virginia, in the Shenandoah Valley through the rainy night and arrived just at midnight exactly 24 hours since arising in Paris. ...
... cemetery overlooking the town. The most interesting part was a Confederate area containing the unmarked graves of 870 soldiers. Staunton escaped destruction during the Civil War, allegedly due it's concentration of high-end brothels. Next stop was the ...
Leaving Staunton, we travelled 60 miles on the Skyline Drive, arriving a the vintage Skyland Resort. The drive here was pretty, but most of the views were down to rural scenes rather than mountains as it was with the BRP. June drove some of the way. The ...
When I went to the health department, someone pointed out, that this was the first step in this journey. Although this is not a big or important entry to anyone but me, it is the beginning of the excitement and the reality of the adventure. ...
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10 South Market Street, Staunton, Virginia, United States
The Blackfriars Playhouse is the world's only re-creation of Shakespeare's indoor theatre. "Stunning", says Frommer's. Located in historic downtown Staunton, VA, this 300-seat Renaissance theatre offers productions of Shakespeare and classic plays year round that the Washington Post says are "shamelessly entertaining" and the Boston Globe says are "phenomenal...bursting with energy".
1290 Richmond Road, Staunton, Virginia, United States
Four working farms, inhabited by interpreters dressed in period costumes, who try to accurately depict what life was like on the farm during the period that they are demonstrating (17th, 18th, and 19th centuries). The farms represent the German, Scotch-Irish, English and American settlers.
18-24 N. Coalter St., Staunton, Virginia, United States