Hampton Inn Richmond South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... indicted him for treason on the building's third floor. Though imprisoned for a few years following his indictment, Davis was released and never tried on the charges because federal officials feared that a jury might acquit him and secession would be ruled constitutional.
Tomorrow we will travel to Charlottesville to tour Monticello, take a trip down Richmond's Monument Avenue, and pack our belongings in anticipation of Monday's flight back to Mnotgomery.
We're off, once again, like a herd of turtles, or possibly even sloths. Tim got held up a bit at work, then when we were trying to leave we kept having to go back into the house for this or that—water the plants on the deck so the caretakers, who at least arrived on time, don’t have to worry about it, locate Henry so we’re sure he’s not in the house (he was under my car in the driveway), then fix the garage door which doesn’t close ...
Today is the day I have dreamed about since being a little boy who spent hour upon hour reading about the exploits of men like Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and other Confederate heroes. I finally got to visit Richmond, Virginia and see the places that helped make these men icons to this day. For several hours on this hot and muggy Thursday, I was that little boy again.
Our day started out on a disappointing ...
... a large lake. The only downside is that only street parking is provided, and neither of us can parallel park.
My first impressions indicated that Richmond is a liberal, bohemian town. A startling number of the men have long hair and ponytails, many of the women are sporting large tattoos and multiple piercings in places that look like it hurts to have pierced, and just about everyone seems like they’ve got ...
... and spent his early years growing up. He went to school in Franklin County--not as a student, but to carry books for one of James Burroughs's daughters. It was illegal to educate slaves at that time. Booker had a tremendous desire to learn, and with the close of the Civil War and new-found freedom, he walked much of the 500 miles back to Virginia to enroll in a new school for black students, Hampton Institute. He then worked his way ...