Unwind in Style at Virginia Beach

Steeped in history and full of natural beauty, Virginia Beach is the most popular beach resort on the East Coast and also Virginia’s largest city. It is also a navy town, with over a quarter of the U.S. Navy’s ships docked here. The oceanfront is rather commercialized and over-developed, but the beach is still a
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Living it up in Richmond

Richmond was, at one time, the capital of the Confederate States of America and has been the capital of the state of Virginia since 1780. The city is rich with many Civil War historical sites. Richmond also has a host of other attractions, including: fine old homes, an excellent fine arts museum, a science museum
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Top Attractions in Charleston

This is a town that prides itself for its history and heritage, and Charleston has a great number of historical buildings and some fascinating museums. Enjoying the charm of days gone by as well as examining some of the darker sides of Charleston’s past will keep you occupied, while light-hearted relief can be found in
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Checking out Charleston

Charleston lures visitors with its southern charm and historical appeal. The chance to stay in the Historic district in the old houses with antique furniture is taken by many, while the city’s year-round warm temperatures tend to attract plenty of snow birds from other northern climates who come to enjoy the nearby beaches and Atlantic
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Following the Appalachian Trail

The Appalachian Trail, stretching from Maine to Georgia, is the longest contiguous hiking trail in America and considered one of the best in the world. There is no better way to see the real eastern America, north to south, than a summer’s hike along the whole length of the spectacular Appalachian Mountains, though the trail
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Discover History in Williamsburg

Located in the Tidewater region of southern Virginia, where some of the very first Europeans came ashore to settle in America, Williamsburg remains a town suspended in the colonial days of the 1700s. The indisputable charm of this place is its extraordinary Historic districts, which rivals any preserved cultural site in the world. More than
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Why You Will Love Exploring West Virginia

West Virginia is a tiny state nestled almost entirely in the enchanting Appalachian Mountains. The state’s little cities are located in scenically pleasant river valleys and on rolling wooded hills. West Virginia is a good destination for outdoors lovers, with plenty of good camping grounds and hiking spots. Charleston is the capital of West Virginia
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Virginia for City Lovers

Cities of Virginia are home to many fascinating American historical treasures, beautiful buildings and parks. Virginia’s capital, Richmond is rich in history from the early days of the American War of Independence to the American Civil War. There are some fascinating historical sites in the city including the State Capital building, designed by America’s philosopher-President,
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