Holiday Inn Richmond Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Yes, this was our mission today (well one anyway). After breakfast as usual it was blog time for me and 'down time' as Debbie likes to call it for her. What it really means is she has half an hour to ignore me! We left for a visit to the Hollywood Cemetery, this is 135 acres of rolling hills and winding paths overlooking the James River. It is also the final resting place of two of Americas early Presidents, James Monroe and John Tyler. It also has ...
... low on the horizon and it glowed through the mist before eventually chasing the mist away.
We were expecting a delay at the border and thought there'd be a decent wait in line but there were only about 10 cars. We passed through without any incident in less than 5 minutes which was a great relief! No questions asked of an Aussie and a Brit travelling from Canada to the US :) I guess we didn't look suspicious ...
... boyfriend, and enjoyed catching up with them and a walk over to Belle Island and along the James river. We watched canoeists on the rapids and read about the story of the Island and its use as a prison during the civil war. We headed into historic Richmond to a restaurant called Tarrants which used to be a drug store, and enjoyed a very tasty ...
... the heat and humidity and cut the lawn one last time before we left and while the rest of us worked on getting the house organized as no one likes to come home to disorganization.
Once we were set with packing we made homemade make your own calzones for 4th of July dinner and had a relaxing evening since we have to be up early tomorrow to head out for our 7:00 am flight. This might be the first time ...
... until a thunderstorm rolls in and forces a suspension. No problem: the second item on our itinerary is indoors. We post up early at The Camel to avoid the cover charge to see some local bands including Richmond favorite Black Girls. The music is good and upbeat, but we duck out early for more porch time.
Early Saturday morning, we brunch at Secco wine bar and revisit Carytown on our own. Lizette supports the Clementine Warehouse (soon-to-be called Ashby) with the purchase of ...