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... of Confederate States President Jefferson Davis, 22 generals and thousands of Confederate soldiers. The name Hollywood apparently came from the holly trees that used to adorn the site, not from any other American connotation. The views of the James River were rich indeed and the cemetery had many very large trees and was a very peaceful walk. Seeing the graves of so many Confederate soldiers and the many Confederate flags, one had to ponder ...
Breakfast was pretty good, there was even fruit and yogurt, scrambled egg and juice, toast and pastries. It's still hard to believe how cheap this place is! We left shortly after breakfast and headed for downtown Richmond, via Monument Avenue. This is an amazing road with with typical American style Georgian homes, with a rocking chair or seat on their grand front verandas. The street is named because of the huge statues along the way commemorating the the ...
... soon to be collector's items. Returning to the bus, we found the tailgate party paraphernalia being brought out and set up. About that time the rain started, gently at first and then progressively heavier. Other buses had pulled in beside us and were setting up as well. We were in an area designated as Car Corner with a line of Corvettes, Chargers, Camaros and Mustangs. Pretty nice cars! Most people ate their lunch in the bus after lawn chairs were set ...
... accompanied with endless films to choose. A very different experience to inter-Europe, Ryanair, budget flights!
Arriving into D.C, my first experience was border control. I had heard the rumours of a strict questioning and endless queuing before you can enter the country, which lived up to expectations. Anyone flying over to the States should allow for a good couple of hours after landing.
For this reason, the first night was spent in a hotel close by to ...
... and take in some more of the local culture.
Twenty minutes later we found ourselves at The Men's Club, and as we departed the cab we all knew we were in trouble. Maybe it was the vomit-stained carpets, maybe it was the creepy frat boys with their crooked smiles and dirty dollar bills, or maybe it was the sad, sad, dancers who danced with their knees instead of their hearts and hoped that no one would ...