Frommer's Virginia

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Wiley, Mar 2, 2010 - Travel - 352 pages
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Meticulously researched by a longtime resident, Frommer's Virginia has everything you need for the perfect trip:
  • Honest, in-depth reviews of accommodations in every price range, from colonial inns and distinctive B&Bs to family-friendly motels. We'll also bring you the latest on the dining scene, including sophisticated cafes, historic taverns, and down-home Southern barbecue joints.
  • Opinionated reviews on all the best historic attractions, from Jefferson's Monticello to the solemn expanses of Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia's charming small towns, Colonial Williamsburg, the best trails in Shenandoah National Park, the sun and surf at Virginia Beach, and Civil War battlefields.
  • A rundown of the best fishing, golf, hiking, river rafting, and foliage tours.
  • Detailed, accurate regional, city, and park maps.

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I am an ardent travel and it gives me very pleasure and rejoices. Few months ago, I had planned to move to Luray to finish some my pending works there and then enjoyed some traveling there as well. It was night time, so I decided to take some accommodation and then carrying on the rest of work in the morning. Woodruff Inns was a great hotel for staying in as it had a great worth and food and accommodation is of no parallel as well. I stayed in the Dorothy’s Suite the great one for an executive accommodation for sure.
This room was un-believable too cozy, great peaceful and romantic ambiance, soft beds and pillows for the best relaxation and sleep all were there. I had slept very sound and got wake up very refreshed. The morning coffee and breakfast was really delightful. I would definitely suggest the entire one who keeps the executive taste to visit there and feel the practical difference of an ordinary and executive accommodation for sure.

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About the author (2010)

Born and raised in North Carolina near Hampton Roads, Bill Goodwin has lived in northern Virginia since 1979. He was an award-winning newspaper reporter for the Atlanta Journal before becoming a legal counsel and speechwriter for two U.S. senators, Sam Nunn of Georgia and the late Sam J. Ervin, Jr., of North Carolina. Now a fulltime travel writer, Goodwin also is the author of Frommer’s South Pacific, Frommer's Tahiti & French Polynesia, and Frommer's Fiji.

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