Holiday Inn Charlottesville-Monticello
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... br> husband’s presidencies long before Nancy Reagan mumbled the correct answers to
press questions when Ronny was losing it mentally in the last years of his
presidency or Hillary Clinton was assigned to Bill to revamp the country’s
health insurance system.
Montpelier is a more standard large Virginia estate than
Monticello but also has a history of change in ownership, and the interest in preserving
it as historic monument has ...
... swayed things in Colorado’s favor for me.
Charlottesville’s downtown area is almost two miles from campus which results in two centers of commercial activity in town. The eight-block pedestrian mall is one of the longest and liveliest I’ve seen in small cities around the country, and downtown looks like it’s becoming a popular place to live with plenty of new apartments and loft-type buildings. Charlottesville was also ...
... food of the frontier'! Corn bread and BBQ, beans and fried chicken, mashed potato and biscuits (which are more like thinner scones than our biscuits) with gravy or stewed tomatoes. It was all really good, hearty food and the atmosphere was great as well! I could just imagine this type of food being eaten on cold, snowy nights by roaring wood fires. Very American, and I enjoyed it :)
After wandering around several gift ...
"Shut up Kathy" Margaret saying I still looked good after being shocked awake by the darn fire alarm. Omg worst morning "I don't want to trick the boys into thinking in good looking" Margaret agreeing that it's best if girls don't wear makeup so they know what they look like without it and aren't shocked This guy is drinking from a bottle" Isabelle calling out Fanta downing boy in corner "Hey all of Gwathmey is together finally" Isabelle ...
... a house he called Ashlawn. The name was later changed to Highland. Visitors can also see the Michie Tavern which has been operating since the late 18th century.
After leaving Monticello behind, we drove back toward the south end of Skyline Drive, where the Blue Ridge Parkway begins. We had originally planned to go all the way to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but not knowing when (or ...