Red Carpet Inn Charlottesville
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... of the house that’s shown; it’s the back. We returned by way of the north terrace and boarded a bus that took us to the graveyard where Thomas Jefferson and his family were buried. We viewed the obelisk, designed by Jefferson, through the gates. After he died, a member of the family found a sketch containing Jefferson’s instructions for his tombstone. He wanted his grave marked by an obelisk inscribed with the three accomplishments ...
... reserved in Charlottesville (about 45 mins from Lockn') for last night and are working on securing a 2nd night. We knew this would be an adventure!! Just glad we weren't there when the storm blew through! Now, we need to find some Lockn' friends and have a party of our ...
... Monroe. His home, known as Highland, was much smaller and simpler than Jefferson's, but still impressive for its time, especially the tree-lined approach. It was getting close to Laura's nap time, so I toured the estate while Michelle let Laura run around the grounds in order to tire herself out.
Because Jefferson was a close friend and mentor, Monroe purchased 1,000 acres next to Monticello in 1793 and began construction on Highland. Six years later, he moved ...
... view before driving on.
There were many people on the road. As the day wore on the traffic got heavier. Many people were parking and walking the trails to waterfalls, mountain tops and other lookouts. It was quite cold and raining around lunch time so we did not join them.
We lunched at Crescent Rock overlook. The outside eating area of the Tail Gate Cafe was closed due to the temperature being 46 F but seating inside was available. Nice view of ...
"You're a catch" Grace being so nice. Love the phrase. "He's a prissy ass. He knows exactly what he likes and hates for trivial things" this made me laugh. Didn't know Grace felt this way. Truth. But it's a quality I like. Though I see her perspective "I don't really like boys. Haven't since fourth grade. It's a problem" Grace and her lack of boyfriend ...