Extended Stay America - Richmond - West End - I-64
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Yes, this was our mission today (well one anyway). After breakfast as usual it was blog time for me and 'down time' as Debbie likes to call it for her. What it really means is she has half an hour to ignore me! We left for a visit to the Hollywood Cemetery, this is 135 acres of rolling hills and winding paths overlooking the James River. It is also the final resting place of two of Americas early Presidents, James Monroe and John Tyler. It also has ...
Alas, the bad part of taking a little weekend trip is that at the end of it, you have to drive all the way home again. Which is what we did today.
To liven things up, we stopped along the way in Maiden, NC, which looks like a tiny little dot on the map, but which turns out to be a rather large town. We may have the "s" on the end, but they have us beat in pretty much everything else. Maiden, NC has 3340 people (as of ...
... exciting, fun filled 5 days. I will write my blog every day; however we will not have internet access until we get to our next destination, so this may be the last post you will see until the 20th or 21st., but then, get a cup of coffee and sit back and enjoy our adventures!! I guarantee there will be some stories to make you laugh!
Andrea and Will return home after our Amazon Adventure and we continue on to the ...
... was terrible everywhere we went; GPS alerted us to a 56 minute delay south of DC (probably an accident), so we got off on Highway 1, which is always bad, due to traffic lights. Cut out about half that hour delay, though. Eventually arrived home about 5:00. Cats happy to see us, at ...
... movement - and didn't seem to want to stop kicking once his moment in the spotlight was over! It felt like the Stallions had to be so jazzed up to perform these moves that it was sort of like keeping your finger on the end of a running garden hose - some of the energy burst out - even when you didn't exactly want it to.
My favorite parts were the Pas de Dux - or dance for two and the Quadrille (8 stallions performing together at one ...