La Quinta Inn Richmond South

Address: 9040 Pams Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, 23237, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 9040 Pams Avenue, Richmond, is near Town Hall Square, Bermuda National Trust Museum, Old Rectory, and Old State House.
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    Travel Blogs from Richmond

    Travel Day Blues

    A travel blog entry by harrislazarus on Jun 01, 2015

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    Well, to say the beginning of my epic adventure went smoothly would be a complete lie. My flight through American Airlines was scheduled to depart around 7:12 pm on June 1st. My dearest mother picks me up at 4:30, which is more than enough time in advance to make a flight out of Richmond, as popularity of a Monday evening flight is non-existent. Of course though, it just so happens that at that particular time, a monsoon hits us, which puts us in traffic. ******n Richmond drivers are ...

    Corn holez

    A travel blog entry by lexispaige on May 23, 2015

    I visited my family in Virginia and got to celebrate my Nana's 83rd bday and also my Aunt Dollbaby's birthday. I hung out with my cousins Scott, Teri (pregnant), Amanda (pregnant), and Rusty, and also their kids Hayden & McKinlee. We had fun eating cake and BBQ and playing corn hole until the sun went down. ...

    Cars and War

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 15, 2015

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    ... a lazy day. This area is filled with history from the final nine months of the Civil War. Since Richmond was the Capital of the Confederacy right down the road from us was the Five Forks Battlefield and Visitor Center. We were the only ones at the Visitor Center but it was interesting with original and replica items that can be held and I was amazed of how heavy the rifles are much less holding them and ...

    Early American History

    A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Apr 23, 2015

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    ... cutting off his supply lines from the south. There were numerous engagments that are noteworthy in the Eastern Front area, specifically Fort Stedman and The Crater. Too much information to describe here, but there are numerous books on the subject that are worth reading. The Battle of Five Forks was pivotal, in that the Union forces captured this important road intersection, as it was key to the cutting of the Southside Railroad line, Lee's ...

    “Shootings in Richmond happen all the time"

    A travel blog entry by will.collinson. on Jun 01, 2014

    ... take part in team meetings and conference calls with the attorneys, reviewing current clients cases. The whole experience is completely different to any work environment I have ever been employed for, however, have thoroughly enjoyed my first week and feel extremely welcomed by everyone. I am uncertain of what next week holds, however, the Monday shall be spent in a court in Colonial Heights, about 30 minutes out of Richmond.

    Weekends are free time to explore the ...