Hilton Garden Inn Richmond Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Richmond Downtown
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... the waitress what they were (we told her they were shoes as far as we knew) she insisted we tried them. They had the look of a small scotch egg deep fried and coated with breadcrumbs, but inside was a potato consistency that tasted wonderful but of no one thing. Incidentally, the waitress also said she couldn't describe the taste, only that she loved them! It was avery nice evening spoilt by a rather extravagant bill. Well we are on holiday we know, ...
... and there a plaque stands that commemorates the first settlement by the British in the late 1600's. Richmond has a rich history of early British settlement, civil war and slavery. Some of the buildings in the city are grand and depict its early history, others are the new commercial type, I am not sure if the two really do mix! We headed back towards our motel along a road that ran parallel to our original route. The first part was pretty rundown but ...
... in the area, the primary battles were fought from June 26 through July 1st and were known as the Seven Days' Battles. The major battles of this campaign were fought at Chickahominy Bluff, Beaver Dam Creek, Gaines' Mill, Glendale, and Malvern Hill. The second, was known as the 1864 Overland Campaign, which matched Confederate General Robert E. Lee against Union General Ulysses S. Grant. This campaign began to the north of Richmond with the ...
... holiday, called Memorial Day - a national holiday meaning most offices are closed for the day – similar to our Bank Holiday, however, this day is to celebrate fallen war victims. For this reason, we began our internship on the Tuesday.
I am currently interning in an office called Capital Defenders Central. I worked with defence attorneys on cases where our client has committed Capital murder, meaning there is the possibility for the punishment of the ...
... somber experience. It's hard to decide whether you should take photos here or not. We did (as everyone does) and they will always remind us of a place that is both beautiful and sad at the same time. After this early morning visit we travelled to Richmond to see our friends the Taylor family. In the time that we lived in Maastrict we met so many wonderful people. The expat community for us was an amazing experience. Most families only ...