Hampton Inn Gretna / Altavista / Chatham
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we made it into town at 3, right at check in time for our hotel. I got ready, john got dropped off to me, and the two of us went to the baccalaureate service at Liberty. when it finished, my mom and katie had made it into town- so we picked up anthony and Rhett, and ...
... session that is broadcast to each classroom. Holly from our team and Tanner from the boys team appeared on it and we watched it in the gym. After it was over we left the school and drove to another town to do some shopping.
We stopped into this mall that was pretty sizable and started having a looking around. I found a Tucker Max book, who I had brought over here before. Very funny man, so I read the first chapter while having lunch. After lunch I decided to walk over ...
... again. This is not the Jack Daniels Lynchberg but is was interesting anyway as we have a player on tour called Sharniqua and the chick in the petrol station was also called Sharniqua and neither of them had meet another Sharniqua before. After photos were taken we were out of there.
The game in the van was to guess what the motel looked like. Our view was Rocky Mount was not that big so the motel may be a bit run down with a log fire and ...
The farm/plantation where Black educator Booker T. Washington got his start is one of the many National Historical Monuments around the country. An interesting look into his life as a young boy, and how his insatiable desire to learn led to him lead Tuskegee Institute.
The National (should be called "International") D-Day Memorial is an amazingly well-thought out, well-presented monument to those members of the Allied Expeditionary Forces who gave their lives on June 6, 1944 on the beaches of Normandy.