Red Roof Inn Charlottesville
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Hi there! The day started in Lancaster, PA in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country. We headed out from there and quickly hit the Maryland state line. We drove through Cacoctin Mountain Park where Camp David is located. However, it was raining when we went through so no good spots to stop and hike. Besides none of the park maps show where Camp …
Hi...Dooz here. The day started off ****** for me. It rained and then rained again. At one point it was a full on thunderstorm which I HATE! I tried to play it cool but eventually the fear won out and I plowed my way as far as I could into the front seat with my butt and I was shaking like a leaf. Thankfully my parents pet me and tried there best …
... patiently hugging me, until she couldn’t hold it in any longer: “it’s not what you want to hear right now… but you smell incredible!” And the giggling began.
Thus began my unplanned week of rest and recovery in Charlottesville, Virginia. Jessie and Kat let me explode all over their lounge room for four days and nights, Kat bought me a bed to sleep on (I still feel bad about that!) and Jessie very graciously, despite ...
Two hundred years ago Thomas Jefferson did not have much success growing grapes in Virginia. However, in 1976, the Zonin family from Italy started the first European grape vineyards in Virginia on the grounds of Jefferson's friend, James Barbour. Barbour lived 1/2 hour north of Monticello and 15 min south of Madison's home in Montpelier, a day's long carriage ride for Jefferson. Today, after 20 years of experimenting with ...
... between enslaved people and his family. The rooms were built beneath the long terraces and contained all the things needed to keep a home functioning such as the wash house, wine & beer cellars, smokehouse and dairy. The terrace itself was n innovated design to gather rainwater used in these work areas. After Monticello, we traveled to Sue and Alex's home for an evening of family time and a monstrous sized bonfire. Very, very good ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed