Travelodge Richmond

5221 Brook Rd, Richmond, Virginia, 23227, United States | 2 star hotel
 

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A travel blog entry by breezyweezy

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Well, I have actually been packed for a while. Just doing all the little things to get ready to go on a trip this long takes the most time. I did have high hopes of actually making it to the pool today but there were just so many little things to do!! At least I know that my kids will have good dinners for 2 nights. They have food awaiting them in the fridge. YAY! ...

Home Again

A travel blog entry by cphenly

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... our going away without their permission! Much attention dispensed!

This was a good trip--a little different from our usual trips, as we had no outdoor adventures (having been rained out at Big Thicket), but it was really interesting, and we covered a lot of history.

Next year....who knows?
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Sprucing up

A travel blog entry by mkolya21

... to be here, neither does a Dutch one.

In many ways all modern countries are the same, more diverse yet more similar. It feels like any other commonwealth country. I could be in parts of the US and have difficulty distinguishing whether I was in RSA or USA. You have people who are just living their lives trying to make it.

Yet despite the similarities, South Africa is different. Its a country that is ...

Getting in touch with my Southern "Routes" (get it

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... was filled with Civil War Memorabilia from both the North and the South. It is amazing that so many uniforms are still in existence 151 years later. You really get an amazing sense of what these men went through and the conditions they faced.

Richmond dates back to the early 17 Century. The city was crucial to the development of the Colony of Virginia, the American Revolution ...

Stonewall Jackson Special

A travel blog entry by honestman

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... with the North.

At school he was slow and attended with pupils younger than he who made fool of his slowness. By applying his 'immense powers of concentration and memory' he managed to finish 19th in has class at West Point. (not sarcasm here)
He fought in the Mexican war and met Lee there. He retired from the Army and became a professor although his pupils nicknamed him 'Tom Fool' because of his teaching style and his idiosyncrasies, ...

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