Holiday Inn Petersburg North - Fort Lee
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My dad and mom hooked up their camper this evening. They have offered their couches to Noah and CD just in case the weather forecast is accurate and it is 39 there as the low this weekend. What great parents!
I am starting my journey at one of Richmond's original city parks. Libby Hill Park at the corner of 28th and E. Franklin Streets in the Church Hill area of Richmond, has a beautiful view down the James River across the Shockoe Valley. ...