Econo Lodge University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge University Charlottesville
the rooms were clean, but the staff are very lazy helpers
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... sold, including his slaves and beloved Monticello.
Sadly, we have to leave this place tomorrow. There are other things, time permitting, we would enjoy seeing: James Madison’s home – Montpelier, and Monroe’s house, Ash-Lawn Highland, and maybe lunch at the Miche Tavern which has welcomed guests for over 200 years. Oh well, you can’t do it all, but we are certainly glad we got to see the beautiful house on the hill – ...
We were up early-ish but got a later start than most in our hotel. Gates at the venue opened at 0600 and I was afraid everyone would be lined up to get in. So we waited. We left Charlottesville at 0900, arriving to our turn-off at 1000, but cops had it blocked. So we ended up going about 5 miles past the turn and back-tracking our way back to the line. ...
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 ...
... swayed things in Colorado’s favor for me.
Charlottesville’s downtown area is almost two miles from campus which results in two centers of commercial activity in town. The eight-block pedestrian mall is one of the longest and liveliest I’ve seen in small cities around the country, and downtown looks like it’s becoming a popular place to live with plenty of new apartments and loft-type buildings. Charlottesville was also ...
... of my friends from Summer 2010 were returning to work once again in Grant Village's Housekeeping Department, I jumped at the opportunity to reapply.
A housekeeping job is as unglamorous as it sounds. I frequently dealt with ornery guests, chased after rogue chipmunks, lugged unbelievably heavy stacks of sheets, and was praised by my bossmen for my outstanding ability to unplug and clean toilets. ...