Comfort Suites Glen Allen
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... me liberty...or give me death!" speech that helped spark the American Revolution. The sense of history in the Colonial-era church is palpable, and the spirits of men like Washington, Jefferson, and Henry certainly survive there. Buried in a grave just outside the church, which still has its original 18th Century pulpit, is George Wythe, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Also ensconced in the churchyard is the mother of poet and author Edgar Allan ...
We're off, once again, like a herd of turtles, or possibly even sloths. Tim got held up a bit at work, then when we were trying to leave we kept having to go back into the house for this or that—water the plants on the deck so the caretakers, who at least arrived on time, don’t have to worry about it, locate Henry so we’re sure he’s not in the house (he was under my car in the driveway), then fix the garage door which doesn’t close ...
... we visited the American Civil War Center at the Tredegar Iron Works, where Confederate canons and munitions were produced. It is the newest of Richmond's museums and, unfortunately, utilizes the contemporary method of trying to tell history without offending anyone’s delicate 21st Century sensibilities. There were surprisingly few artifacts, but thousands of words slapped on the wall that tried to tell the story of the ...
... Then we made our way south through Bergenfield, where Tim's dad used to work in a little storefront Sears (no longer there, but the movie theater in that town still is). We had lunch somewhere past Allentown, and then stopped for ice cream (call it dinner, because after the ice cream we didn't eat dinner!) at the Moo Thru in Remington, VA. The drive-through is ...
In 1778, Richmond along with all the other states banned the importation of African slaves for use in Virginia. However, this made the port even more important, as they imported African people here to sell into other states like Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana. Unbelievable really!!!
I did come across two of the oldest buildings in Richmond, one is now the ...