SpringHill Suites Richmond Northwest
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... people are so revered to this day. I know it is American history, but the little I understand is that Abe Lincoln wanted to free the slaves and this caused the southern states to secede the nation and declare their own government and the civil war that followed. I know that is very simplified, but in my opinion the crux of the matter. We walked back through an area called Cary-town, this was what I would call a little arty. There were lots of ...
... of the past (mainly Confederate Generals and heroes), but at one end is Arthur Ashe another famous local for more of a sporting prowess. As we walked past these huge homes you could close your eyes and imagine horse and traps, the ladies with their grand hats and the general air of high society in early Virginia. The daydream was shattered by the advertising on the side of a plumbers van (see attached photo). The road slowly changed as we neared ...
... put away again as the rain continued to come down. Nevertheless, the hamburgers disappeared quickly. Some people chose to stay in the bus while the more hardy, adventurous types returned to the action. Some even ventured to the track where they had an opportunity to walk around the 3/4 mile and experience the banking first hand. We had the chance to see Ryan Newman answer questions in the Chevrolet tent, then back to the bus to watch a movie. It was almost ...
... Having booked a coach, I barely saw much of Washington as a city, a spent most of the time there on the Subway. The journey to Richmond, Virginia was about 2 hours by coach. Virginia is the State below Washington D.C and coach is the most common way to commute between adjacent States, for cost and time reasons. Trains appeared to be a longer commute as well as costing extra dollars!
On arrival to Richmond, I saw a large comparison from Washington to 'West ...
... The only redeeming moment was watching Adhara get propositioned by a muscular African American man and his equally toned lady friend. Adhara held up her smallest digit, responding with a stern "I'd crush you with my pinky finger!" and walked away, leaving them bewildered in her stead.
We returned home around 2am with the lingering smell of ribs and leather and went straight to bed, anticipating a new start in the ...