Virginia

Famous for the Blue Ridge Mountains, its many historical cities and of course Virginia Beach, there is plenty in the state alone to keep a holiday maker busy for weeks. The chances are that most visitors to the state are passing through via its arterial road the I95 given that it is sandwiched between the Capitol Washington DC and New York to the north and the beaches and winter warmth of the south.

But if you do plan to be traveling though the state its well worth maybe getting off the interstate and seeing what the state has to offer.

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