Harmony Hill Bed and Breakfast

Address: 929 Wilson Hill Road (Rt 665), Lovingston, Virginia, 22922, United States | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Lovingston

      Virginia's Southern Piedmont Sights

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 26, 2014

      31 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Appomattox - Where Brothers Stopped Fighting

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 25, 2014

      19 photos

      ... four long years and a couple
      days of minor fighting in the area. The focus of the historic site is the
      buildings of the village of about 150 people at the time of the Civil War, the
      megalopolis of the county with no other significant settlements at that time. The
      town of Appomattox was rebuilt a few miles away.

      Plenty of old photographs show that almost everything at the
      site is a recreation dating from the 1930s onwards ...

      Where the Union was reunited.

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 25, 2014

      2 photos

      ... served in the war after which they were set free to fend for themselves. Also I noted that General Grant's personal aid was Indian and a major in the army. He actually wrote out the terms of surrender for signature and later retired as a brigadier general. He was not a citizen and General Lee remarked, when introduced, that it was nice to meet a "real American". The tidbits you ...

      Paroled at Last!!,!!

      A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 11, 2014

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... 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) ...

      Roadtrip take 1 continued...

      A travel blog entry by aliceporter5 on Jul 28, 2013

      4 photos

      ... 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 ...