Holiday Inn Express Richmond Northwest I-64
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so I went to look. Of course it was off. Made the train anyway, with maybe 8 minutes to spare. Trip was uneventful; train ran on time. Some people don't seem to get the concept of the quiet car, but the conductor took care of that. Arrived in NYC on time about 1:35.
... yes sir how can I help you today) I need a refund ( and what did you buy from us today) 3 bales of hay and a bag of chaff, what do you think I bought all you sell out there is petrol ( well sir you know you don't have to pre auto and can use your card at the pump) not if you are from Australia ( From Austria hey wondered why you had that funny accent, there you are sir now you have a good day). Glad we weren't in a hurry. Captain we are now entering Vagina. No you ...
Early flight out of Colorado Springs and uneventful trip home. We got in early evening to discover that the house-sitter (now fired) let the cat run out of water. Poor little thing was thirsty! But she's fine now and I have another house-sitter for future ventures.
Back to school on Thursday for a two-day IB workshop, and all teachers report Monday. Summer is just about over!
... 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 ...
... 8220;Give me Liberty or give me Death but give me Slaves!” speech since Henry was a slaveholder. Many of the American Founding Fathers from the southern colonies/states were slave owners, but many wrote about their issues with the morality of the institution, freed their slaves in their will, or in Monroe’s case made it a point not to break up slave families. To my knowledge Patrick Henry is not on record as having expressed any such regrets.