virginia travel

~VA is for lovers... of autumn!~
They say Virginia is for lovers! She's for lovers of scenery, lovers of fine dining, lovers of history & culture, lovers of wine & music, and most importantly she's for lovers of travel.
The Getaway Mavens are at it again, scoping out the most curious spots in the Northeast. Though not as off the wall as, say, Provincetown MA or Coney Island NY, Virginia's Shenandoah Valley has some pretty strange and unique attributes.
With flights from Washington, D.C. to Amsterdam averaging around $1500 this spring, my trip to the tulips may have to wait. But just 45 minutes outside the Nation's Capital is another garden with a propitious nickname: "Holland in Haymarket."
Yes, Richmond's got broken storefronts and skeptical suburbanites, but there's a vibrant, youthful, Brooklyn-before-it-got-upscale vibe here, and it's worth at least a few days to explore.
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But, we know that the best way to really get to know Colonial Williamsburg is to run the boxwood hedges or jump the Governor's Palace wall.
On the last leg of our journey we reversed direction and headed north to West Virginia through every back woods and windy road in Appalachia.
Lovely as Mount Vernon may be, it's a poor representation of the majority of buildings built back in Washington's day. What about the Colonial 99 percent?
The Mountain Located on the eastern side of Great North Mountain, Bryce Resort has a summit elevation of 1,750 feet, a base