The Westin Richmond
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7.5/10. New and clean
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... attempts!). Train left right on time and kept to the schedule all the way to the end, where we had to wait outside Penn Station for at track assignment. Arrived about 10 minutes late, made my way to the hotel, and voila, the trip has begun!
... Unfortunately, Bob left Jane before the trip materialized, and she went in search of a friend to accompany her.
Surprisingly, Emily, who had recently become unattached, agreed to join her! We began planning in the Spring and grew increasingly excited as the date grew near.
... the sun is out it filters through the treetops speckling the ground with drops of sunlight and a faint greenish hue. It was really beautiful. The barn is a short walk from the house and contains the farm store which opens every Saturday till lunch time. The season for fruit and veggies was over, but they had eggs from the free range chickens, and beef and chicken as well as whole milk from the Jersey dairy cows. This milk we had for breakfast every day and it was so good and rich ...
... 11 hours seemed initially an interminable time, but once we were on the road and moving, time didnt drag as we'd expected. We passed first through Ontario, and entered New York state and then Pennsylvania. We wound through state forests where giant oaks reached out to try touch over the smaller roads and the leaves were just beginning to change colour as 'Fall' approaches. Little towns were dotted along the road, a few of ...
... was built by a Scottish Tobacco merchant by the name of Norman Stewart in 1844. The house was rented by Lee as his house. Arlington Plantation, which was Lee's ancestral home had been commandeered by the North and used as a burial site. Yes it's the Arlington Cemetery, where most military are buried.
Lovely walk with the temperature hitting 72 ......
Stopped in the Senford coffee shop and had he best coffee of the trip, worth writing home about, so here it is