Jasmine Plantation Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... me, and one I will always remember.
Before heading back to the condo, I made another stop by the Virginia Capitol Building, which was used as the exterior of the White House in Steven Spielberg's motion picture "Lincoln." I also visited the U.S. Court of Appeals Courthouse because it housed the offices of the Confederate government during the War. Jefferson Davis's presidential office was located on the first floor, and, after the War, a federal ...
... his own hair. At lunch they jokingly told us that they would accept the girl's hair as payment. Katelyn's hair could have bought us a lot of meals back in that time! It was a hot day and we couldn't imagine how miserable it would have been living back then with all the layers of clothes they wore along with the wigs and hats.
We're on the road again tomorrow headed to our nation's ...
... we visited the American Civil War Center at the Tredegar Iron Works, where Confederate canons and munitions were produced. It is the newest of Richmond's museums and, unfortunately, utilizes the contemporary method of trying to tell history without offending anyone’s delicate 21st Century sensibilities. There were surprisingly few artifacts, but thousands of words slapped on the wall that tried to tell the story of the ...
... with a buddy.
The biggest surprise to these campgrounds were the number of dogs and young families who were camping out. Additionally at quiet time, it was quiet! The next time we come, we will bring our dog. We felt so bad we left him at home especially since there were so many dogs there!
We did look at Campground B and found that it is more for large RVs as each site had paved ...
... and South America finding gold and silver). To make a long story short, they were vastly disappointed when as early as that summer, many of them were dying from starvation and illness.
Living in the area prior to the English arriving were about 15,000 Powhatan Indians, who made up more than 30 tribes, each with their own chief, the most powerful of whom was Powhatan. His favorite daughter was ...