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Virginia is located in the southern portion of the east coast of the United States. Prior to visiting, it is wise figure out what area of Virginia you want to visit (yes, there is far more to Virginia than Washington, D.C.). To start exploring where you might want to visit, search for Virginia hotel packages that offer special rates on rooms in order to make the most of vacation time. Virginia is home to top theme parks such as Kings Dominion and Busch Gardens. Both theme parks offer a day of non-stop family fun. It will take more than one day to take in all the fun that these parks offer, so be prepared for several exciting days when visiting.
After spending the day at Busch Gardens, which is located in Williamsburg, use discount tickets to take part in a fascinating colonial experience in Historic Williamsburg. It is within the confines of this bustling city that you will find citizens in colonial garb ready to tell stories of times past. Reservations are not necessary, and cheap hotel deals in Virginia often offer passes to some of the sites. The Carter Plantation is located on the Busch Gardens grounds. It is an old plantation house that tells the story of a less-than-romantic period in American history.
Jamestown Settlement is located just outside Williamsburg. Book a cheap Virginia hotel deal at a centrally located area for easy access. Jamestown Settlement boasts numerous excavation sites that helped outline where the homes of the early settlers stood. An old church building stands in the center, and children are welcome to watch as blown glass is heated and shaped for souvenirs. Drive or walk through the pathways to get a glimpse of the natural history of the area as well.
Skyline Drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway is an extraordinary ride through the mountains of Virginia. There are several lookout points along the route where visitors can get a closer glimpse of the valleys below. The views are breathtaking, and visiting during the early fall months is even more endearing. The drive is 105 miles from start to finish. Campers are welcome to stay; however, park officials should be notified as a safety precaution.
Virginia hotel deals are a great way to have your cake and eat it too. The hotels in Virginia usually have restaurants onsite to make the trip a pleasant one. Booking Virginia hotels assures that you have a place to stay. Never visit Virginia in the summer without making reservations because many people have discovered that it is a traveler's paradise. Failing to book a hotel in Virginia could mean you are literally left out in the cold.