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    #Goodmorning from the #VirginiaBeach Fishing #Pier. It looks like another beautiful day is in store for #Virginia. #LoveVA #sunrise #photooftheday #todaysunrise #vatravel #bigsky @visitvabeach #vaoutdoors
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    Do you recognize one of the oldest tourist destinations in the US? This beauty has been included on several "Seven Natural Wonders of the World" lists, was surveyed by George Washington in 1750 and was once owned by Thomas Jefferson as a personal retreat. While you're visiting don't forget to swing by the legendary Foamhenge, explore the Natural Bridge Caverns and get your photo taken with a baby tiger at the Natural Bridge Zoo. Photo credit: @takeiteasybee #loveva #virginia #vaoutdoors #naturalwonder #naturalbridge #howisummer #vatravel #virginiaisforlovers #photooftheday #fatherson
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    Virginia Veterans Day Events and Memorials

    by Dave | Posted on November 9th, 2009

    NV09101305V_008.TIFVeterans Day is the anniversary of the Armistice signed by the Allies and Germans in 1918, which marked the ending of World War I. In 1954, Armistice Day was renamed Veterans Day to honor all veterans of all wars.

    Virginia’s rich military history and iconic sites make the state a moving destination to honor those who fought for freedom. New exhibits and iconic national memorials, battlefields and museums will renew passions for patriotism this Veterans Day in Virginia.

    Our deepest gratitude and admiration for the men and women of the United States military!

    Find an event near you – http://www.virginia.org/VeteransDay 

     



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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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