Americas Best Value Inn - Richmond Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... meal last night that the chef comes out nightly to see if we enjoyed. We then proceeded to the lounge where we have had the pleasure of a great one man bad..he plays the good ole rock and roll....beach. Country, and numerous others.. Loved Celebration, YMCA, Sweet Caroline, Rocky Top, proud Mary. I hope that all of you had the pleasure of seeing Bob's new lady that found her way to his bed, wearing Joanne's jacket.. When Joanne went ...
... Unfortunately, Bob left Jane before the trip materialized, and she went in search of a friend to accompany her.
Surprisingly, Emily, who had recently become unattached, agreed to join her! We began planning in the Spring and grew increasingly excited as the date grew near.
... dog and her song would range from soft whispery whistles to full blown howls, depending on what was playing. When we did the readings, she would stretch out in the funniest positions between the couch and coffee table and snooze. As long as she was as close as she could get to people, Samoya was happy!
Meat chickens abound on the farm: they arrive from the breeder in cardboard boxes much to the dismay of the post office, then start off in a hut with warming lights ...
960 miles. 11 hours. 5 US states. 2 countries :)
This was the roadtrip Hannah McCorrie and I embarked on. September 4th began as a cool and misty morning with a fog so thick at times we couldn't see 20 metres in front of us. With all my luggage packed into the car, enough snacks for our journey and plenty of songs and talks on board we set off along the highway to the US border. The rising sun was a bright ...
... at the end. 8,000 pounds of gunpowder were packed in and at 4.25am on 28 July, the fuse was lit. The ground exploded and threw guns, soldiers, horses into the air creating a 60m wide, 40m long and 9m deep crater and an effective 250m gap in the CSA defences. 8,500 Union troops quickly poured in, although most of them went into the crater without realising they couldn't climb out.
Approx 6,000 CSA troops were rushed to the scene and ...