Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Richmond Airport
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... with eclectic shops and specialty boutiques. The energy that Laura expended at the museum soon caught up with her, however, and she had a rare mini-meltdown in public, so we took her back to our rented condo for a much-needed nap.
While Michelle relaxed and Laura slept, I braved the rain to continue my historical journey through Richmond by touring St. John's Episcopal Church, which was founded in 1741 and served as the site of Partick Henry's ...
... anywhere, its exhibit gallery is like eye candy for a history buff like me. Among the items I saw were the sword and hat that General Thomas Jackson used when he earned the nickname "Stonewall" at the Battle of First Manassas, General Jeb Stuart’s iconic plumed hat, and General Robert E. Lee’s headquarters tent with his personal effects and camp bed, and the hat that Lee wore to the surrender at Appomattox. The museum also ...
... of pot somewhere at home. The feeling that far too many
hippies for my comfort live here was reinforced when I saw the grocery store selling "Seventh Generation Recycled Toilet Paper." Now I don’t give a rip how environmentally committed you may be, but I’ll be damned if I’m using toilet paper that has wiped butts six times before I got a hold of it.
Our Wednesday night entertainment was ...
... egg-mobile' or Noah's Ark. This big enclosed trailer was designed to be towed around to different spots with an automatic, light-operated door which would let the hens out in the morning and shut them in for the night! I helped Beth and Aunt Jan finish off painting the white trim for the egg-mobile and it sure looked good when it was all finished!
Adelaide Hills Farm was a beautiful place and it was so nice to be welcomed to what felt like a second home by such a lovely ...
Made the most of our last bit of time in Washington this morning, visited the Smithsoneon Natural History Museum. Saw the Hope Diamond one of the most valuable diamonds in the world insured for $350million! Met up with Nick back at the hotel continuing our drive south to Richmond to meet up with Helen & Bob. Helen is Nana Margaret's ...