Fairfield Inn & Suites Charlottesville North
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... ranged from 2400ft to 3500ft - high enough that there was still a far bit of snow around. The temp outside was a good 15 degrees C so the kids were out in the snow in T-shirts and in Kerrin's case barefoot as well!!
Linda developed a bladder infection they day before - the home remedy of drinking lots of water meant that we kept having to make pitstops....One of these, at ...
... she was glad I was here being looked after, and gave me her card to keep in touch. Something just clicked. We shared life stories, disasters, hopes and dreams… she hopes to take her family to London very soon “I HAVE to go, I HAVE to!” and she thinks it will be good for her kids to visit a country outside the Unites States. It really would be. I really hope that she makes it and takes that walk down Abbey road that she so wants to do.
The next morning we woke up early and headed to breakfast. We had eggs and toast and coffee before heading back on the bus. There were quite a few stragglers, as not everyone wanted to leave or was listening, or didn't care what this awful tour guide had said the previous day about being on time. When all of us were settled we were on our way to our one and final stop. Shenandoah caverns.
Shenandoah caverns are these underground caverns 150 feet ...
... techniques, the vineyard owners created a very successful Bordeaux blend, Octagon, which has been served to Queen Elizabeth and President Obama. During our visit we purchased another variety, the Cabernet Franc Select and packed it in our bags for sampling at home. The grounds we're very pretty and really reminded me of the Alsatian vineyards in France. We left Barboursville and drove into Gordonsville, a small historic town ...
... Mary at 16. In 1775 he would drop out of school and join the Continental Army. He would never return to school, nor earn a degree.
Between 1780 and 1783, he studied law under Thomas Jefferson. Monroe was not particularly interested in legal theory or practice, but chose to take it up because he felt that it offered "the most immediate rewards" and that it would place him on a path to wealth, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking