Courtyard By Marriott Charlottesville North
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tasks to keep the house running. We viewed the kitchen, cook’s quarters, storage cellars, smokehouse, wine & beer cellars and the ice house. In winter they cut ice blocks from the nearby river and the ice generally lasted through the summer months.
Finally, we walked by the formal gardens to get a good look (and a photo) of the “Nickel” side of the house. Monticello is depicted on our nickel coins but it’s not ...
Our Lockn' adventure has been delayed after a crazy little storm blew through the area yesterday, basically destroying everything they had set up for the festival. Today's shows have been cancelled and entry into the event delayed until tomorrow morning at the earliest. We had ...
At one end they had a "monument to the first amendment" - a long wall that anyone can write their thoughts on with chaulk and a podium where you can stand up and talk about anything you want. Sort of like Speakers Corner in Hyde Park, London.
The rains came and descended on our trek northward. Drove back roads to Appomattox Court House where we walked the village and saw a wonderful film about the Lee's surrender to Grant. Cross country again brought us to Charlottesville and we spent the night in the crappiest Hotel to date. North Carolinians are not even 10% as friendly as the other Southerners we met this trip. And, it was still ...
... for pennies on the dollar to jump start the new collection. When asked about his life as a politician and diplomat, he always said he wanted to be a farmer and scientist and didn’t care about the rest. He claimed that his major accomplishments were the writing of the Virginian Freedom of Religion Act and the founding of the University of Virginia, which he could see from his hilltop estate. Like I said….don’t miss it….
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