Holladay House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... in the floor to allow the cannonballs to drop down and complete the full 7-day cycle.
After the house tour, we joined a group for the “Slave Tour”, walking along Mulberry Row overlooking the 1,000 ft. long vegetable garden. We viewed a sample slave home, working areas for both textiles and nail making and then sat under the mulberry trees while our docent told us about life on Monticello for the slaves. And, yes, the ...
Our Lockn' adventure has been delayed after a crazy little storm blew through the area yesterday, basically destroying everything they had set up for the festival. Today's shows have been cancelled and entry into the event delayed until tomorrow morning at the earliest. We had ...
... recent. Montpellier passed out of
family ownership after Madison’s death (they had no children together) and was
remodeled by future owners which included some Duponts. The exterior
restoration was not completed until 2008, and work is still being done inside and
research undertaken to make the interior look as it did in Madison’s era.
After visiting three presdeidental homes of founding
fathers, it’s notable that all ...
... little ride along Route 220/SR55 out of Charlottesville. Rolling fields, lush green grass, speed limit of 55-60mph and enough corners to keep it interesting. With thanks, we rolled in to Orange to the Waugh H-D dealership - what a place! The place was currently being run by the owners son - Palmer - as the owner - Palmer's Dad - Don 'Hoss' Waugh was currently touring Canada, with the wife, on his Harley with a ...
... be elected to the House of Representatives in 1789, the same year that George Washington was elected our first President. He would go on to be Secretary of State under Thomas Jefferson playing a critical role, along with James Monroe, in the Louisiana purchase. In 1808 he would be elected our 4Th President. After serving two terms he would retire to Montpelier with his wife Dolley. He would live out the remainder of his life here. ...