DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel - Richmond Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so I went to look. Of course it was off. Made the train anyway, with maybe 8 minutes to spare. Trip was uneventful; train ran on time. Some people don't seem to get the concept of the quiet car, but the conductor took care of that. Arrived in NYC on time about 1:35.
... is fine sir) It doesn't like my card I'm from Australia ( Your an Austrian ) No Australian (so how much fuel you all want) Sorry I'm not a mind reader and the gauge say E not please add $32.45 of fuel ( so you want $42.45 on this here card) ok I give up (sign here you have a good day now). So you go to the bowser and squeeze $29.00 of the $42.45 you just paid into the tank go back inside stand in the queue, get served by the same moron who has a memory like ...
Early flight out of Colorado Springs and uneventful trip home. We got in early evening to discover that the house-sitter (now fired) let the cat run out of water. Poor little thing was thirsty! But she's fine now and I have another house-sitter for future ventures.
Back to school on Thursday for a two-day IB workshop, and all teachers report Monday. Summer is just about over!
... 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 ...
... since it was established
in the 1930s. A state-owned art collection is a nice but somewhat unusual
concept nowadays, but back in the 1930s guv’mint-hatin’ was not as in vogue as
it has become in recent decades.
I found the collection of American paintings and sculpture
from colonial times through the twentieth century to be especially impressive
(fitting for Virginia). Some unique ...