Days Inn Richmond

Address: 5701 Chamberlayne Road, Richmond, Virginia, 23227, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5701 Chamberlayne Road, Richmond, is near Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Three Lakes Nature Center and Aquarium, and Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia.
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Travel Blogs from Richmond

"Rain Rain, Go Away!" and Standing in Lee's Shadow

A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 11, 2015

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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 ...

Off Like a Herd of Sloths

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 10, 2015

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... Tim noticed that a traffic warning light was flashing with instructions to play radio 1610 for more information. The more information started out fairly benignly, saying that there was construction for four miles about 5 miles ahead. It then went on, in that atonal computer voice way that it has, to add the comment, as if afterthought, that there was an accident southbound at mile marker 75 (about 12 miles ahead of where we were) which "stopped traffic in all ...

Dead Presidents and Rebel Flags

A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 09, 2015

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... negotiating the hills surrounding the building. Few of the rooms at the Capitol are public, but the Old House Chamber gave me another set of goosebumps inspired by the history I saw. A large and impressive statute of General Robert E. Lee dominates the legislative chamber and seems almost out of place until you read that it stands on the precise spot where Lee renounced the Union and agreed to take command of the Virginia forces. ...

Flying Squirrels and Recycled Toilet Paper

A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 08, 2015

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... 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 ...

Richmond - Capital of the Confederacy

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 23, 2014

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... been added to the long line of white guys on horses.

The Virginia State Capitol building was designed by Thomas Jefferson in the form of Greek Temple, modeled on the Maison Carree in Nimes, France. Two wings were added to Jefferson’s original building in the early 1900s to accommodate more modern Senate and House Chambers, while the original parts serve as a museum. The Capitol Square Park surrounding the building includes the Executive Mansion where the ...