How I wish I could get up to Middleburg Virginia sooner than later.
If you should get up to the D.C. area,
it's worth the drive.
Middleburg is absolutely chic in every way.
You can buy a horse farm there.
Or maybe a winery.
But the town itself has oodles of history.
But if you want some place to stay with loads,
and I mean loads of history.
There have been Celebs galore who stayed here.
And that's just in this century.
"Throughout the years, the Inn has been used for many notable events and by many well known people and has remained a popular destination for anyone who seeks a romantic hideaway in the heart of the hunt country. The Jeb Stuart Room, for example, served as the stage for a rare press conference by President Kennedy and as a meeting room for hopeful Democrats hosted by Ambassador Pamela Harriman, a local fox-hunting resident; Elizabeth Taylor often graced the Tap Room both during the courtship and after her marriage to a local gentleman, Senator John Warner; and the lovely and kind Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis frequently stayed at the Inn during fox-hunting holidays each fall. Today, film and music celebrities are often seen in the hotel and dining rooms. "
My hope is that when I go up to see my family in Reston Va.,
in April, I can see a classic hunt.
Red coats and all.
Maybe I will even join in.
If not a hunt ,
some sort of ' eventing ' will fill my heart with joy.
This is my kind of place in every way-
Charm, class, and history.
I may have to dust off my old 'blue blooded' passport ,
just in case I run into an issue.
How about you?
Have you been to Middleburg?
What can you tell me about it?
If I could, this is where I will would be for the weekend.
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