Old Courthouse Inn

Address: Po Box 157, Palmyra, Virginia, 22963, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Po Box 157, Palmyra.
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Travel Blogs from Palmyra

Home Again, Home Again, Lickety Split

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 26, 2015

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... though I didn't get the usual trip-ending Phoebe-on-the-Suitcase photo. She was too busy sitting on the shipping carton in which her kitty litter came). Our next trip is the real vacation trip for the summer: we will be off to Colorado to cheer David and Michele on in the Pike's Peak Marathon, and then we will be touring the southwestern part of the state. More from this channel then. Stay tuned!

Heading Out

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 24, 2015

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... purpose of making a complete map. After the usual arrangements with house sitter and chasing cats off of luggage, we set out about 7:45a.m. for the drive to Youngstown, Ohio. The weather is gorgeous, today, so we're in for a nice ride. I did not bring my laptop, as our time is pretty prescribed, but will be doing a little on-the-fly mobile blogging, which I have not tried before. More anon!

Note: just finished correcting about 765 typos. Phone blogging so far not a major ...

Good to be Home!!!

A travel blog entry by papabearconboy on Jun 30, 2014

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... Odometer....Total mileage to date is 22,198 since I began my baseball journey in 2010..
It was a long haul, but was entertained with my Sirus Radio, crazy drivers on the highways, phone calls, text messages, and Skype during my travels..No texting nor video Skyping while behind the wheel...Thank you All!!!!

I have covered 28 of the MLB parks/stadiums and 2 remain...I hope to complete ...

Hot humid, pleasant morning though.......

A travel blog entry by feedtheneed on Jul 02, 2012

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... It was warm about 70 and not too bad yet.....

Ramona drove the route and we were all glad of our decision not to ride the first part of the day...There was lots of debris on the windy, steep downhill and the worse part is it is shaded and you can see when your flying down.....So we started in Greenwood.....it was a pleasant rolling hills and then we came across some road construction and a huge down tree right across the road ...

James Monroe - the forgotten President.

A travel blog entry by thesairs on Jun 05, 2012

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... Congress he was Jefferson's emissary to France and played a pivotal role in the Louisiana Purchase. He was also Secretary of State and Secretary of War under President Madison.

James Monroe was elected our fifth President in 1816, receiving over 80% of the electoral vote. He would serve two terms and is considered the last of the Revolutionary War Presidents, having served as an officer of the ...