Wingate by Wyndham- Richmond/ Short Pump
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... with eclectic shops and specialty boutiques. The energy that Laura expended at the museum soon caught up with her, however, and she had a rare mini-meltdown in public, so we took her back to our rented condo for a much-needed nap.
While Michelle relaxed and Laura slept, I braved the rain to continue my historical journey through Richmond by touring St. John's Episcopal Church, which was founded in 1741 and served as the site of Partick Henry's ...
... means. In our case, it meant an extra 45 minutes. Still, roadnow.com confirmed that traffic was stopped southbound where the computer voice said it was, and nearly two hours later (as we were crossing into Tennessee,75 miles past the accident), it confirmed that traffic was finally moving at 5-10 mph. 45 minutes is less than the minimum 3 hours it would have taken us to get that far had we stayed on 81.
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... White House, and these two places are ones I will always remember. The White House tour is fascinating, but one room, which was among the smallest in the house, had a profound effect upon my sense of history. The library in the home was used for meetings by Jefferson Davis just moments before he escaped Richmond in advance of the Yankees’ capture of the town. Within 48 hours, President Abraham Lincoln, who was visiting ...
... of pot somewhere at home. The feeling that far too many
hippies for my comfort live here was reinforced when I saw the grocery store selling "Seventh Generation Recycled Toilet Paper." Now I don’t give a rip how environmentally committed you may be, but I’ll be damned if I’m using toilet paper that has wiped butts six times before I got a hold of it.
Our Wednesday night entertainment was ...
... Jackson Shrine, we were able to tour the outbuilding of the Thomas Chandler plantation where Jackson breathed his last. Today, the office is the only remaining plantation structure and looks as it did when Jackson was brought here. The room in which the general died contains the original bed frame, blanket, and clock that were there that day, May 10, 1863. We also visited numerous cemeteries in the area, which contained the remains of both Union ...