Travel Blogs from Richmond
... at law school, which is completed post an undergraduate degree. Unlike the UK, you cannot study law at undergraduate level. The other interns are really friendly with us and we enjoy learning about each other’s culture, they have also organised a ‘car-pool’ for us, to prevent us from walking to the office each morning.
The work I have been part of this week feels like I am in a real career. I am in the office 9-5 each day. I have been asked ...
This morning we all met at the airport to start our journey! It went by so fast. We checked in, checked our bags, said goodbye to our parents, and got through security. Next thing you know we are practicing our 'assume the position' picture and boarding the plane for our first flight of the next 30 hours or more ... so here we ...
... for my connecting train back to Greensboro, the thought of tonight being our last night out and tomorrow being my last day with Angee, Bec and Catherine actually makes me feel sick. Right now I honestly don't know how I'm going to cope. Before exchange the worries were; am I going to like it? Will I make friends? Will I be able to cope? It was never the worry of having to come home at the end of it. I've never met people like I have ...
... rhe same amount killed in battle
In the 1859 election Lincolns name did not appear on any of the seceded states ballot papers.
In the 1863 presidential elections - the Southern states didn't have one!!!
In April 1862 hungry women in Richmond rioted and looted shops due to lack of food. Jeff Davis, the Confederate President, urges the other states to grow food crops. None of the states followed that ...
... buses, Tori has a desire to have bus of our own to travel anywhere we can....and so we will.
Today we bought a 1991 Cummings Diesel Blue Bird School Bus, which we will convert into a family camper motorhome.
WELCOME ABOARD and enjoy the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking