Arlington: While every government-issue headstone is its own monument and its own memorial, Arlington National Cemetery has points of special interest for the visitor, from the Eternal Flame of the Kennedy grave and the mast of the USS Maine to the tomb of the unknowns. GO TO ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMENTERY
Virginia Beach: The lighthouse at Cape Henry silently guards the entryway into the Chesapeake Bay. Built in 1792, this is the oldest government-built lighthouse in North America and is open to the public on a seasonal schedule. GO TO CAPE HENRY LIGHTHOUSE
Williamsburg: Featuring the only Arthur Hills signature designed golf course in Williamsburg, the Colonial Heritage Club offers golfers pristine playing conditions on an exceptionally crafted course that infuses the natural topography of the region. GO TO COLONIAL HERITAGE
Williamsburg: Original buildings, homes, shops, and public buildings, reconstructed over 301 acres. On any given day or evening, you'll find a variety of walking tours, arts performances, political speeches, trades demonstrations, military exercises, fife and drum parades, and more. GO TO COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG
Boasting the windswept profile of the E-Class Coupe, the 2011 E-Class Cabriolet delivers signature performance in a four-passenger convertible. Courtesy of an insulated soft-top, available AIRSCARF® neck level heating system and standard AIRCAP® draft stop technology this vehicle comes fully equipped for all season driving.