Crowne Plaza Richmond Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... me, and one I will always remember.
Before heading back to the condo, I made another stop by the Virginia Capitol Building, which was used as the exterior of the White House in Steven Spielberg's motion picture "Lincoln." I also visited the U.S. Court of Appeals Courthouse because it housed the offices of the Confederate government during the War. Jefferson Davis's presidential office was located on the first floor, and, after the War, a federal ...
... I once backed into it due to not giving it enough time to open fully before I left. It works for a few months at a time, then works its way off the track and Tim has to coax it back on. Eventually, however, we got out about half an hour after we wanted to and about the time I figured we would.
Next hope: to arrive at campground in Tennessee by 7:00. GPS predicts 5:55 arrival; I said I’d believe it when I saw it. As it happened, we were moving merrily ...
... 500 Confederate battle flags in its collection, and I took a moment to show one to Laura while reminding her not to let anyone teach her to hate her heritage.
Parking is almost non-existent in downtown Richmond, so Michelle and I left our car at the museum and walked to the Virginia Capitol Building while Laura slept in the stroller. Because of the heat and humidity of the day, all three of us were soaked by the time we ...
... I still have no cottonpickin’ idea what hits he
charted. As you can see from the photo,I could not tell if Doug E. was more impressed by my human beat box skills or by my Cobra Kai shirt from the “Karate Kid.”
Tomorrow we spend the day touring the sites related to the time that Richmond was the Capital of the Confederacy, and I am very much looking forward to it.
... Monument Avenue is a broad boulevard laid out in the early 1900s west of downtown with a wide center median that’s lined with beautiful houses and has a monument to a Confederate leader at every 3rd or 4th intersection. Since the city has had an African-American majority for a while, one that’s been able to vote for the half century since the Civil Rights Movement, it seem only fitting that a monument to native son tennis player Arthur Ashe ...