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100 Miles of Lights

by Dave | Posted on November 6th, 2009

100 Miles of Lights

You have seen no light show like Virginia’s 100 Miles of Lights! Travel from Richmond to Hampton Roads to see fantastic displays worthy of “oohs” and “ahhs”!

Witness the lights in  Hampton, Portsmouth, Newport News, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Richmond, Williamsburg and Yorktown

100 Miles of Lights

100 Miles of Lights



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Urbanna Oyster Festival

by Mary | Posted on November 6th, 2009

Urbanna Oyster Festival – Virginia Is For Lovers

Don’t miss the 52nd Annual Urbanna Oyster Festival November 6 and 7th!  ”A Salute to the Oyster”!  Enjoy many festivities including an oyster shucking contest, parade, music, arts & crafts and of course, oysters!



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A Christmas Town Weekend – Virginia Is For Lovers

by Casey | Posted on November 6th, 2009

Christmas Town at Busch GardensCheck out the newest addition to Busch Gardens – Christmas Town! It’s an experience that will fill you and your family with the holiday spirit. You can’t escape the smell of fresh-baked cookies!

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Virginia’s Heartwarming Getaways

by | Posted on November 6th, 2009

Give your loved ones the most precious gift of all this holiday season – your time.

From wintry ski escapes to quaint towns and new holiday attractions, Virginia is the place make the most or your time. Together.

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Virginia Fall Foliage Photos on flickr(r)

by | Posted on November 6th, 2009

Washington and Lee University walkway

Originally uploaded by Fall In Virginia

Thank you to all who submitted photos!

We greatly appreciate your participation and the beautiful images of Virginia that were uploaded.

If you still have images that you wish to include – please upload them at www.virginia.org/fall/GetFallImage.asp



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