Rodeway Inn Richmond

Address: 7300a W Broad St, Richmond, Virginia, 23294, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 7300a W Broad St, Richmond, is near Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Monument Avenue, Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest, and Agecroft Hall.
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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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    ... but I remembered that I work with the Alabama Legislature, which certainly has a similar vibe. The museum was packed and Laura ran from area to area with a frenzy I'd never seen before. From sliding down a treehouse to milking a life-size plastic cow to riding a carousel twice and other activities, she packed a lot of fun into a small amount of time.

    We drove to lunch in a continuing drizzle and explored an area of Richmond known as Carytown, which ...

    Off Like a Herd of Sloths

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 10, 2015

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    We're off, once again, like a herd of turtles, or possibly even sloths. Tim got held up a bit at work, then when we were trying to leave we kept having to go back into the house for this or that—water the plants on the deck so the caretakers, who at least arrived on time, don’t have to worry about it, locate Henry so we’re sure he’s not in the house (he was under my car in the driveway), then fix the garage door which doesn’t close ...

    Dead Presidents and Rebel Flags

    A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 09, 2015

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    ... The States in the most sterile, politically correct, and least inspiring method possible. I fear that museums like these are more likely to turn young people away from history than teaching them to love it. After a cursory view, we moved on to greener pastures…literally.

    Our next stop was Hollywood Cemetery, a beautiful expanse that houses the graves of some of the South’s most prominent historic figures. Two ...

    Second chance

    A travel blog entry by dprovan on Apr 26, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... trade grew and by the end of the Civil War Richmond was an important industrial centre. Tobacco warehousing and processing was helped by the invention of the first cigarette-rolling machine. Also, the first electric trolley system was developed in 1888 leading the way for the use of streetcars in other North American cities. Also of note, in the 20th century freed slaves and their descendants developed a thriving African-American business community ...

    Sprucing up

    A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on Jun 30, 2014

    ... from Africa and very likely from South Africa so as an American of South African descent, I am proud as a human to see compassion and reconciliation espoused and prized in a country that has known so much pain. There is real strength in the spirit of South Africa and lord willing it will realize its' potential.

    Was it home? No and yes. It's a place set apart from the rest of the world; but it feels like home.
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