Great Places To Work In Virginia

July
26th
2013

If you would like to relocate to Virginia, you might be wondering what types of careers and jobs are available in this area. The job market in Virginia is definitely fierce, but it might be easier for you to get a job than you might think if you posses the right skills and experience. Before ever making the decision to move and before buying a home, it is so important that you get yourself established with a job before getting to Virginia. There are a variety Read the rest of this entry »

The Best Hotels In Virginia Today

June
6th
2013

Whether you plan to go to Virginia for a few days or a few weeks, unless you know someone to stay with, then you will probably stay in a hotel. There are several hotels in the state that have luxurious amenities and are affordable. The Jefferson Hotel is an elegant location with high ceilings and antique rugs in the lobby. There is a large indoor pool, and the dining area serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Read the rest of this entry »

Virginia Is The Best Place For Family Vacations

April
19th
2013

Virginia is the best place for family vacations as the state offers some of the country’s best amusement parks, historical attractions and beach areas. Two of the best amusement parks in the country, King’s Dominion and Busch Gardens, are located just one hour apart in Virginia. King’s Dominion, located in Doswell, Virginia offers a huge collection of rides ranging from mild to wild that will appeal to family members of all ages. The park features 14 roller coasters, including the 305 foot tall Intimidator 305 that reaches speeds of 90 miles per hour.Never heard Read the rest of this entry »

Things To Consider While In Virginia

June
28th
2012

From the Chesapeake Bay to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia has something for everyone. Whether you are just passing through, planning an extended stay or relocating permanently, you will find lots to do and see here in Virginia. The birthplace of 8 presidents, Virginia has a wealth of historical landmarks and tourist attractions as well as many cultural and agricultural attractions.

No visit to Virginia would be complete without a trip into the past, via one of our historical areas, Read the rest of this entry »

How To Plan A Safe Trip To Virginia

November
24th
2011

Planning a safe trip to Virginia is easy, and can allow for the comfortable enjoyment of one of America’s most beautiful and richly historic states. By following a few simple steps, travelers and vacationers can be free from worry and relax, enjoying beautiful mountains and countryside, visiting historic sites and salivating over top-notch restaurants and wineries. Virginia’s vineyards, in particular, are well worth the trip from any where to visit, delivering award-winning red, whites and others, all set among some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.

Travelling by automobile, tourists and visitors are Read the rest of this entry »

Virginia Is The Right Place For You

November
20th
2011

Virginia, known for being the birthplace of more US presidents than anywhere else in the country and for being the home of more battlefields from the Civil War than anywhere else, is also home to some sights which do not exist anywhere else in the world.

Staunton, Virginia is home to the only indoor recreation of a Shakespearean Theater known to exist in the world. Blackfriers Playhouse will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2011 with special performances Read the rest of this entry »

Top 10 Places To Travel In Virginia

November
16th
2011

There are some great places to travel to in Virginia. The first place is Colonial Williamsburg. This is because it takes visitors back to the way of life in Colonial times. The second place is Virginia Wine Country. This is where you can taste all of the different wines of Virginia with a guided tour. The third place is the Blue Ridge Parkway. This is because it was the biggest views in Virginia. The fourth place is Thomas Jefferson Monticello. This is because where Thomas Jefferson grew up. The fifth place is Mount Vernon. Read the rest of this entry »

In and Around Charlottesville

November
3rd
2011

If all you know about Virginia is based on shows that take place in DC that you’ve seen on direct.tv you’re going to be surprised what a rural, beautiful place VA can be! Here are a few things to check out when you’re in the Charlottesville area on your trip to Virginia:
Hit the Food Scene: Charlottesville has one of the most prominent food Read the rest of this entry »

Relocating To Virginia Is Easy & Fun

July
22nd
2011

From the mountains to the prairies to the ocean white with foam, Virginia was indeed deeply blessed by God with beautiful scenery and sights to visit including one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

Breaks Interstate Park, located on the spine of the Appalachian Mountain chain on the Virginia/Kentucky border is one the two interstate parks in the United States. Among its 4600 acres is a 1650ft deep gorge dubbed ‘the Grand Canyon of the South.’ Excellent hiking, mountain climbing, bird Read the rest of this entry »

Virginia Has The Best Luxry Hotels

July
21st
2011

If you’re planning a trip to Virginia, whether for pleasure or business, you deserve the most comfortable accommodations the state has to offer. Virginia has some of the best rated hotels available that will meet your needs in terms of both comfort and location. The following is a short list of some of the top hotels to consider.

If you plan on being in the Charlottesville area, the Keswick Hall is one of the best hotels to book a reservation. The hotel is surrounded by Virginia’s beautiful natural landscapes and lush scenery. The Read the rest of this entry »