Rodeway Inn Midtown
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... instructing Cornwallis’ guy to give it to one of Washington’s junior officers.
Today concludes our time in this area, but I would definitely like to return some day. It’s certain, you could spend weeks here and not see half of what is here to see. Without rain, I think we could have managed more sightseeing, but I am grateful Hurricane Joaquin changed her path and gave us less than what we were expecting. We’re hoping for drier days ...
... interesting and we were there quite a while. But it was time to head out. Wendell wanted to drive to Newport News while the weather was still tolerable. When he was stationed at Langley in the early 70’s he lived in Newport News so we drove over and found his old house before jumping on the freeway and driving back to the RV Park.
Although Hurricane Joaquin is “probably” turning more North and should miss this area, we are ...
... White House and Civil War Museum in Richmond, and you thought the Whitehouse was in DC..... Very interesting exhibit. So after along day of playing tourist we called into and American Indian Restaurant for a Roganjosh and a Vindarloo and Narn bread. Funny how Native American food has swept the world and is the staple food of the Sub Continent. ...
... the driver’s door (only flooded on one side, thank goodness). We went up to the office and switched sites.
Now we sit here, in a new site, in the middle of an afternoon thunderstorm (now, when I say “thunderstorm”, don’t think of those little, namby-pamby Palo Alto weather anomalies that the entire eastern seaboard laugh at, think of “HOLY CRAB! The sky is opening up and the world is ending!”), waiting for me to get over this ...
... The gardens are everywhere, by the way, and they are gorgeous!
There are also many historic buildings and homes, like the Capitol Building, Governor's Palace, Courthouse and so many others. The Bruton Parish Church has been in continuous operation since 1715, and the bell of the church was cast at the same foundry as the Liberty Bell (although apparently this one was a bit stronger, haha). The bell was installed in 1761 and rang for the signing ...