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INN-credible INN-dulgence: A Meal of a Lifetime At the Inn at Little Washington

November 22, 2011 “Eating at the Inn at Little Washington is like watching a show,” a server told us that a diner once commented. What’s a show without popcorn? That was chef-owner Patrick O’Connell’s respons. more »»

Washington, Va.: The ‘Inn’ Place to Go

November 22, 2011 A member of Relais & Chateaux, an exclusive collection of 481 of the finest hotels and restaurants in 58 countries, the Inn at Little Washington offers rooms, in addition to its award-winning... more »»

Grand Illumination At Colonial Williamsburg

December 16, 2007 WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — I had waited more than 15 years to be in Colonial Williamsburg for the Grand Illumination. more »»

If you go to Williamsburg, Va.

December 16, 2007 - Area Attractions: College of William and Mary, with historic Wren Chapel Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center Busch Gardens, Williamsburg more »»

Virginia: A ‘Grape’ Place to Visit

November 4, 2007 BARBOURSVILLE, Va. more »»

Directions To Go To Experience Virginia Wine

November 4, 2007 - PIEDMONT/MONTICELLO REGION: Barboursville Vineyards: 17655 Winery Road, Route 777, Barboursville; www.barboursvillewine. com or (540) 832-3824. more »»

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal

October 1, 2007 GEORGETOWN — Visiting our nation’s Capital is a much different experience after you’ve just biked 75 miles. The buildings look bigger. The grass seems greener. more »»

Great Allegheny Passage Trail Links Pittsburgh With C&O

October 1, 2007 Local cycling enthusiasts no longer have to drive to Cumberland, Md., to reach Washington via the C&O Canal Towpath: they now can start in McKeesport, Pa. more »»

Museums Offer Two Civil War Views

September 10, 2007 RICHMOND, Va. — More than 140 years after Civil War cannons fell silent, two museums in Richmond are offering very different views of the war between the states. more »»

Museum of Civil War Medicine Examines How Medics Worked

September 10, 2007 FREDERICK, Md. — If you’ve ever wondered how medics treated wounds during the Civil War, then the National Museum of Civil War Medicine is the place to visi. more »»

Directions to go to Museum of the Confederacy

September 10, 2007 - MUSEUM OF THE CONFEDERACY: 1201 E. Clay St., Richmond, Va.; or (804) 649-1861. Open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sundays, noon-5 p.m. Adults, $8; children 7-13, $4. more »»

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