Virginia Is For Lovers: The Budget Travellers Guide to the Shenandoah Valley

Virginia has more to offer than the first US landing, although that is pretty cool. Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley is home to some of the world’s oldest mountains and their rolling hills display all the agony and weathering they’ve gone through. … Continue reading

Shenandoah Valley: A Story With Pictures

Me: “Where is the cabin this weekend?” Maggie (not a native Virginian): “Shenandoah!” Me: “Shenandoah is a big place…like… half the state. What do the directions say?” Maggie: “It says Shenandoah…” Me: “Oh boy… **takes a look at the directions … Continue reading

Best Hidden Gems of Virginia

When most people think of Virginia… well actually, most people don’t think of Virginia. At least not that often. But here we are! Bordering the nations capital, the Atlantic ocean, and home to a few of the wealthiest counties in … Continue reading

Historic Downtown: Maximize Your Time in Fredericksburg, VA

Fredericksburg, VA¬†was once listed number five on a list of top ten college towns in the United States, filling its streets with old stye diners, Mom-n-Pop shops, and antique stores dating back to colonial times. Although it may not have … Continue reading