Travel Blogs from Charlottesville, United States

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A Quick weekend In Charlottesville!, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

A Quick weekend In Charlottesville!

A travel blog entry by fred.ropp

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... in such a small amount of time?  :-)  I think so.  At least, the proof is in the pudding.  Thanks Charlottesville's Mimi, Malissa, Marian, Tom, Glenn and, of course, all the kids!  It is no secret that little Abby stole my heart ...

The Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

The Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia

A travel blog entry by toddfamily

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... to Georgia) they took the opportunity to have a snowball fight! We stayed the next couple of nights in Charlottesville, home to Thomas Jefferson’s mansion: Monticello.  We were very impressed by the house and by its ...

Day 3 - Part 1 - Monticello, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Day 3 - Part 1 - Monticello

A travel blog entry by hms_travel

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April 23 - Not Mr. Nish's Birthday Today we ate breakfast at the hotel. It was delicious. The water taste like chlorine. Gotta get used to it. We drove to Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's house. It was very interesting and nice, but he wasn't ...

Charlottesville, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Charlottesville

A travel blog entry by smkrem

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... us and fortunately for both Tom and I, she was tired before either of us. We then ventured into the historical town centre. Charlottesville was established in 1762 as it sat along a trade route. Although is sits very close to many of the American Civil ...

Show, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Show

A travel blog entry by bdgj

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Day 2 - Part 3, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Day 2 - Part 3

A travel blog entry by hms_travel

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... . Most of us fell asleep and Mr. Nish got some good photos of that. We checked into the hotel and then ate in Charlottesville - Court Square Tavern. The food was excellent but there was not much of it. The girls pigged out at WalMart afterwards. We ...

Return to Charlottesville, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Return to Charlottesville

A travel blog entry by startravellers

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... into a three story 21 room mansion. He was a keen gardener and the grounds reflect this passion. On return to downtown Charlottesville we walked the University of Virginia streets and found an iconic eating spot in the form of the "Virginian Restaurant" ...

Start the trip out on little to no sleep -- check!, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Start the trip out on little to no sleep -- check!

A travel blog entry by ajkramer1

... the train just fine, of course. I had intentions of getting some shut-eye on the 2-and-a-half hour ride down to Charlottesville (where Meredith lives), but I way was too excited for any of that. Finally free from the stresses and distractions of DC and ...

The Calm Before..., Charlottesville, United States travel blog

The Calm Before...

A travel blog entry by kkandtt

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Visit soon and it will be ...

Charlottesville Virginia, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Charlottesville Virginia

A travel blog entry by startravellers

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The boys were a little slow moving without the energetic Jennie to motivate for the flight from Jacksonville to Charlottesville via Charlotte. Excuses were put down to telephone calls coming through from Australia at 2.30 am and 3.00 am. Luckily a porter ...

Charlottesville via Shenandoah Valley Nat'l Park, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Charlottesville via Shenandoah Valley Nat'l Park

A travel blog entry by c_villa

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... at the bar...see pix.  I would like to mention that we had dinner at C&O in the historic district of Charlottesville - because..it was our best meal yet...and because Brian is convinced the guy sitting next to us was a celebrity evangelist...he ...

Driving towards North Carolina, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Driving towards North Carolina

A travel blog entry by sundboell

Mediocre ...

Day 17: Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg/Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Day 17: Colonial Williamsburg

A travel blog entry by crawfords

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... seem so much easier to see and understand now we've seen it from these perspectives. We traveled northwest to Charlottesville, leaving one of Thomas Jefferson's homes (Williamsburg, while he was governor of Virginia) to visit another (Monticello). ...

welcome to the south, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

welcome to the south

A travel blog entry by bhuvaneshwari

... X irgendeine superwichtige Person, die es nicht noetig hat, im Buero zu sein, auf ihrer Ranch aufgesucht haben, war die Ortsangabe "Charlottesville." Auch die 9/11 commission hat hier getagt und Dick Cheney isst da manchmal mit seiner Frau zu Abend. (ich ...

UVA, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

UVA

A travel blog entry by nrcruit

 200 miles down, thousands to go. Got in to Charlottesville last night around 9 P.M and went strait to Mellow Mushroom to have pizza and a few pitchers with Adam and Curtis. We spent most of the night at Buddhist after dinner and just as we were ...

A Smile a Day: From the Top, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

A Smile a Day: From the Top

A travel blog entry by smile-a-day

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Why are these people smiling?          Is it anticipation for the premier of the next Twilight movie? The promising selection of candidates in the GOP primaries? Or the excitement tinged with fear of chicken-filled buses ...

16 days til I leave !, almost homeless in Charlottesville, United States travel blog

16 days til I leave !

A travel blog entry by nancy.chappell

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Am working on getting my phone ready for use in Europe. Trying to unlock it, so far without success. Evidently you get 5 chances and then it gets permanently locked. Maybe I'll let AT&T unlock it for me. Got prescription pills for 6 months - ...

I Have the BEST Friends in the World, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

I Have the BEST Friends in the World

A travel blog entry by molly

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I just got back from the most fun weekend EVER! My awesome friends threw me a going away party in Charlottesville on Friday that rivaled even the silliest of UVA parties. Special awards go to Cary and Lacey for traveling the farthest (Athens, GA and ...

Charlottesville Trips, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Charlottesville Trips

A travel blog entry by kgkacin

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... would be going really, really, really, awfully far.  It was a can't wait to get out of here time.  Now do I blame Charlottesville for these experiences.  Yes, yes I do.  But, it is kind of like when a bunch of people are at the site ...

Day 2: DC Touring and Lunch in Charlottesville, VA, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Day 2: DC Touring and Lunch in Charlottesville, VA

A travel blog entry by leoj89

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... . C- they were sold out until next Saturday. What a kick in the nuts. Luckily, we had another planned stop in Charlottesville, I know, who the hell travels to Charlottesville for 1 place, let alone 2. The White Spot was supposed to just be our ...

The Final Climb at Mount Vesuvius, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

The Final Climb at Mount Vesuvius

A travel blog entry by eyeride

... 's rear tire and the spare inner tubes not inflating and Tom and Fred 25 miles further along the route not far from Charlottesville our final destination for the evening. The day took its toll on moral and pushed everybody to the limits but we pushed ...

yayy charlottesville, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

yayy charlottesville

A travel blog entry by nrcruit

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... old, all of our friends that went out last night drank only a couple beers and were ready to return  home by 11 b/c they have this very important thing called work...not sure what that's all about.. nick says it's bodos time...yayy ...

Day 12, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Day 12

A travel blog entry by hms_travel

Monticello - Jefferson's ...

Charlottesville, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Charlottesville

A travel blog entry by zoeh

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... be trying to measure myself against a town that was too perfect for me. But I highly recommend visiting. I could see myself in Charlottesville though. I liked the environment, and more so, the character of the town. Not to big, not to little, not too ...

Charlottesville, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Charlottesville

A travel blog entry by mountainsouls

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Charleston to Charlottesville, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Charleston to Charlottesville

A travel blog entry by zoeh

... .  After an adequate continental breakfast, we set off from the Charleston Day's Inn around 9 am and headed towards Charlottesville.  It was a very uneventful drive, but the scenery kept getting prettier and prettier as we drove north.  ...

Madison, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Madison

A travel blog entry by bradham5

Today our last day here...we see James Madison's house, Montpelier. The land originally belonged to his Grandfather. James Madison Sr. constructed Montpelier. James Madison went to Princeton in 1769-1772. Drafted the Bill of Rights.He married Dolley in ...

A Weather Day, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

A Weather Day

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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... , so Lynnie was reading the directions and I got off the track.  That was the only difficulty we had... The trip to the Charlottesville KOA is on the infernal Interstate, except for the last ten miles.  We had rain off and on and got flood, wind ...

James Monroe - the forgotten President., Charlottesville, United States travel blog

James Monroe - the forgotten President.

A travel blog entry by thesairs

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The interesting thing we have learned in our visits to Jefferson's, Madison's and now Monroe's homes is how tied together these early Presidents were.  They were all part of the founding of our country.  Jefferson was responsible for drafting ...

Day 1: Departure, Charlottesville, United States travel blog

Day 1: Departure

A travel blog entry by julia-winkie

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... West Virginia, for your FANTASTIC invisible road signs) and continued on our loosely defined course. We headed down towards Charlottesville, taking a variety of scenic and secondary roads with great views of the mountains and trees. It's easy to forget ...

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