Chestnut Hill Bed & Breakfast Inn
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We did, indeed, make it into Monticello today. Thomas Jefferson designed the house and built it on the very top of a hill, taking advantage of the magnificent 360-degree view.
We had lunch in their café, went through the museum, and browsed the gift shop.
Wed Jun 10, 2015
Departure: 10:00 AM, Williamsburg, VA
Arrival: 12:15 PM, Charlottesville, VA
Miles: 122 miles
Travel Time: 2 hrs. 15 min.
It's strange to be excited about leaving a place when it’s as beautiful as Williamsburg. But we were expecting to be there four days and ...
... before the ceremony started, in order to get seats with a good view. It seemed that no expense was spared as we were able to park at one end of the school car park, then get the school bus (yes, I got to ride in an actual school bus!) to the entrance of the football field (this shows how big the school actually is). We presented our tickets at the gates, and were stamped with a stamp that had the school logo in it, to say that we were able to go and take ...
... getting very Napa Valley lately. But
I got to taste 19 wines for my fee, most of their basic line but not their
finer reserves, of all types from sparkling to whites, rose, reds, and dessert
Some of the wines are really delicious and justify the
prices from $12 to $30 for most of what was included in sample flights. Virginia
has a couple of rather unique wines. The Viognier wines to me bear some
resemblance to C******nay but are ...
... the construction of this home, located about four hundred yard up the hill from Mount Pleasant. This new home would come to be called Montpelier.
At the age of 11 James Jr was sent off to boarding school. He would return to Montpelier at the age of 16 to continue his studies at home with a private tutor. At the age of 18 he again was off to school, this time to Princeton - called the College of New Jersey at that ...