Quality Inn near Central Park

2310 Williams Street, (formerly Hampton Inn), Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States
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Travel Tips for Fredericksburg


by LoriPori

The present courthouse, designed in the French Gothic style, was completed in 1852. The courthouse tower houses a six hundred pound bronze bell made at the Paul Revere Foundry in Boston and is the only known Revere Bell in Virginia.

Walking shoes or be prepared for a foot massage.

by zanzooni

I have a tendancy to over-pack as I hate to be with out, and I don't want to shop when I arrive. Make sure your luggage is waterproof, as it snows and rains here, and I'm never sure anymore what it's going to do at any given moment. Really depends on what time of year you arrive. Virginia has a varied climate, so Google Virgina before you plan to arrive. Bring your standard stuff but know there's a drug store close by as well as a shopping mall on RT.3 Bring what you need, but don't over-do it. There are plenty of stores close at hand to go and refresh your supplies. You may have to travel a little bit, but really not that far. Don't dispare if you run out of something, there's a drugstore close at hand. There are plenty of camping areas and the beach is about 2 hours or so away. Lake Anna is in Spotsylvania, and there's a park there that allows swimming. The picture was taken in early October. Warm durring the day, but you need a jacket, sweatshirt or sweater for the nights.

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by iaint about Bangkok Cafe

I had my Sunday lunch here. It is more cafe/fast food Thai style than restaurant. In fact it is very Thai in lots of subtle ways - nothing to do with the food.

I had the garlic pork (moh tod grateeum pik Thai) - $12 with rice & a Coke. Not as good as my ex-wife’s, but still delicious. Really quick and excellent value.

All in all, I enjoyed it. Not the place for a fancy dinner out, but fine for what it was. Easy - the garlic pork!


by LoriPori

Friday October 22, 2010
Our VT group did the LAKE ANNA WINERY TOUR on Friday. We gathered at the parking lot at the Inn at the Olde Silk Mill and carpooled. Hans and I drove with Dino and Phil. What a riot we had on the way there.
We all arrived a little after 2:00 p.m. and the tour began. Our host was Eric Heidig, who is also the owner of the Lake Anna Winery. We started out in the area where the grapes are loaded from the vineyard and put into these big stainless steel separators where the juice is squeezed out. They then go into even bigger vats where the juice is fermented.
We were then taken to the room where all the wine barrels are, where the juice is aged.
Finally we came to the bottle room, where cases of bottled wine are kept in storage.
After our tour, we went to the wine tasting room, where we each had a tasting of 12 different wines, including reds, whites and even a wonderful ice wine. All for the amazing price of $5.00. And we even got to keep our wine glass.
It certainly was a wonderful experience. Thanks Eric.
Open year round. Wednesday to Saturday 11:00 to 5:00 - Sunday 1:00 to 5:00
There is also a gift shop and a variety of their award-winning bottles of wine for purchase after the wine tasting. Their wines include Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Claret, Seyval Blanc.

Hugh Mercer Apothecary

by b1bob

This building houses the Hugh Mercer Apothecary. Dr. Mercer served the citizens of Fredericksburg with medicines and treatments of the time. They present a clear interpretation of the way medicine was practiced in colonial days using things like leeches, which would be considered primitive against today's modern medical advances. Dr. Mercer practiced medicine for more than a decade in Fredericksburg. He was Mary Washington's doctor. Dr. Mercer left his practice to go to war in the Revolution. He died on the battlefield in Princeton.


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Address: 2310 Williams Street, (formerly Hampton Inn), Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States