Courtyard By Marriott Richmond West
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After breakfast of matzo brei (true confession - the matzo was made by Maneschewitz and not Streit's), we said our good-byes and had our hugs with Paul and Harriet.
From Goldens Bridge, New York, through
New Jersey …
Lunch at Harpers Ferry where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers converge, as do the states of West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland. A very old and historic town - could ramble for hours.
Travelled via the pretty Catoctin Mountain area. We have had some great drives through the countryside, getting off the highways when we can.
Ran out of time and had to miss a few ...
... built since Ronald Reagan was still present. A look around from the 17th floor observation deck of the city hall building suggests that’s not entirely true. There are currently two new downtown buildings under construction, although I don’t know how tall they will be and suspect one part of a hospital complex.
Richmond appears to be a great place to live if you want to have a nice old house in an in-town neighborhood. Although I haven’t ...
... Richmond has many faces and iterations in its long history; from an important village of the Powhatan Confederacy, it was briefly settled by English colonists from Jamestown in 1609, and in 1610-1611. The present city of Richmond was officially founded in 1737. It became the capitol of the Colony and Dominion of Richmond in 1780. During the Revolutionary War period, several notable events occurred in the city, including Patrick Henry's "Give me liberty or give ...
A single rainy day can be a great thing when you plan to
spend several days in a city with significant indoor activity options like
museums. A streak of two or three, though, puts a real damper on travel, literally
as well as figuratively. So I welcomed having one rainy day in Richmond for the
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
The VMFA is what I’d call a Goldilocks Museum – not too ...