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Lugares emblemáticos en Shenandoah Valley

Restaurante estadounidense
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“If you’ve got kids who are super into American history (or if you are) and if you like Parker House rolls and people in Betty Ross caps, then you will love this place. Otherwise, not so much. But it’s historic, and it’s an experience, and you should do it once. It’s fun and it’s part of the whole Thomas-Jefferson-worship thing we’ve got going on in this town. You’ll be served fried chicken and mashed potatoes and other southern favorites family-style by servers in period costume. The structure itself is pretty and historic, and the little stores are cute. Actually, I started writing this description with lots of snark, but now I kind of want to go there today with my kids. It’s that kind of place. ”
Recomendado por 22 habitantes locales
Sendero
“Located about a 30 minute drive from Berkeley Springs, the Paw Paw tunnel is part of the C&O canal. Built in the mid 1800’s, the tunnel stretches over 3,000 feet. ”
Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
Sitio histórico
“Historical Home that is a great attraction for a short afternoon outing. About fifteen minutes from Merrymoon Farm.”
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Puente
“One of the few remaining covered bridges in Virginia. Great spot for picnic, and close to Route 11 Potato Chip factory.”
Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
Sitio histórico
“Experience a bit of our Civil War history - the writing on the walls and stories the tour guides share make for an interesting stop. This is very close to Old Trade Brewery and Mountain Run Winery if looking for a fun day trip away from Charlottesville.”
Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
Monumento / Lugar emblemático
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Restaurante estadounidense
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“Fantastic buffet of all you can eat 'period' food. Just down the mountain from Monticello. Bit pricey but if you have big appetites this is a great lunch stop. ”
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State / Provincial Park
“Marked the western frontier of the British Empire, at the source of the Potomac River.”
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Sitio histórico
“Home of James Lawson Kemper, speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates in 1861, General in the Civil War and Virginia's first post- reconstruction governor (1874-1878). This Greek Revival-style house was built about 1852 for state senator Thomas N. Welch. In 1868 James Lawson Kemper (1823–1895) purchased it from his mother in law, Mrs. Belfield Cave. Kemper, an attorney, represented Madison County in the House of Delegates (1853–1863), served as speaker (1861– 1863), led a brigade in the Civil War, was wounded in Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg, and served as governor of Virginia (1874–1878). In 1882 he moved from Madison to Walnut Hills in Orange County. 540-948-4455 http://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=8187”
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Sitio histórico
“Check out this historic chapel, an important part of the Woolen Mills community for many years and still a meeting place for neighbors. ”
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Sitio histórico
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Sitio histórico
“Nice gravel path along the river for walking and biking. There is a playground and dogs can be off lease Tues, Wed and Thur on the first loop of the trail.”
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