Harmony Hill Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were very different from what you usually hear at a hipster urban Starbucks or business-oriented suburban location – very heavy on church talk and religious subjects. One older man and two young women, probably a professor and students, were talking about archaeological evidence for the location of Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount and showing them photos on his laptop of his travels around Galilee in his search. Liberty apparently has a ...
signed the legislation to create the NPS unit to commemorate the site where the
war ended. WPA historians, archaeologists, and architects researched and drew
up plans, and the CCC went to work recreating an 1860s village that had fallen
into ruin. The current town of Appomattox was rebuilt several miles from the
pre-Civil War town. OK, having seen Appomattox I’m done with Civil War sites
for a while.
Appomattox Court House is actually a village not just a courthouse. So the Ranger pointed out to me. It was common in those times to name a village after the county courthouse. Hence the three words. Did you know that? As we entered the grounds we could feel a real, tangible energy. General Lee actually signed the terms of surrender in the McLean House across the street. Over ...
... this is, peaceful, country like, and insignificant.
Interestingly, Wilmer MacLean, who could claim he owned the house the war started and finished in, was a sugar merchant from Scotland. I knew we would get in their eventually.....
When the two sides decide to meet Gen Grant sent someone in to the town to find a place to meet. The officer found only negroes wandering about. (the town of 1800 people was nearly 60% slaves) ...
... dipped in wax was fascinating and I'm eager to see how this distillery will compare with the others next week when we head back to Kentucky.
The afternoon and evening was spent at a restaurant called Azure in Lexington, which Morgan Murphy was going to be featuring in his next book. The meal was delicious and after a long, hard week a jalapeņo mojito and a calorific number of courses I was feeling very content in the south. Chatting away with a number ...