Residence Inn By Marriott Charlottesville
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... Jefferson died, he was, for all intents and purposes, bankrupt and deeply in debt to the tune of $100,000 in 19th Century money. The entire estate and everything in it had to be sold within six months of Jefferson's passing in order to settle his debts, so it is even more impressive that they have been able to assemble his belongings once again. I noted to Michelle that the foundation that runs Monticello should certainly have plenty of money to spend since ...
... one tent in the Grand Canyon). However what he lacks in physical prowess he makes up with his kind heart and loyalty. He has overcome a lot in his life and I don’t think anyone would ever disagree that he is probably the best friend someone could ask for. And did I mention he has an incredible beard.
Next up is Kamal or as my grandpa calls him Camel. Standing at a meager 5 foot 7 I love when he drives because he brings the seat all the way up ...
Ryan has a once a month poker game with several guy friends and it was his turn to host it. It was held in the big tree house that he built. Since he knows that Betsy plays Texas Hold'em on occasion, he asked her to join them. They have a local rule that the game goes until one person has finally won all the chips. I think the buy-in was $10 or 20 dollars. Betsy said that the men were very solicitous, patiently telling her about big and little blinds and all the ...
"So there are four girls and one guy. I'm going to die first. Kathy you'll probably be the sole survivor cause you're the most innocent and fragile. But you'll die in the sequel" "Nicola you're going to die second because you're the one that doesn't care and isn't scared of anything" "A gentleman's dare: walk up to the house, knock on the door and wait until someone answers" creepy house on the ...
At the southern end of the Shenandoah valley is Charlottesville, the center of Thomas Jefferson's world. We started with a walk around the University of Virginia campus. Designed by Jefferson, its famous Rotunda and Lawn have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the beauty of its architecture.
Next morning we drove out into the countryside to Jefferson's home, Monticello. At the ...