Americas Best Value Inn Richmond

Address: 100 Greshamwood Place, Richmond, Virginia, 23225, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 100 Greshamwood Place, Richmond, is near Maymont House, Dogwood Dell, and Captain John Smith's Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Richmond

    Cemeteries are big in America

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Jul 29, 2015

    3 photos

    ... of Confederate States President Jefferson Davis, 22 generals and thousands of Confederate soldiers. The name Hollywood apparently came from the holly trees that used to adorn the site, not from any other American connotation. The views of the James River were rich indeed and the cemetery had many very large trees and was a very peaceful walk. Seeing the graves of so many Confederate soldiers and the many Confederate flags, one had to ponder ...

    A walk in to Downtown Ricmond

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Jul 28, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... 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 ...

    From Colonial to Civil War

    A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Apr 13, 2015

    44 photos

    ... deployed in three separate lines against highly trained British regulars commanded by Charles, Earl Cornwallis. Although the Colonials outnumbered the British, the battlefield was won by the British, but at grievous losses. So much so that Cornwallis felt compelled to leave the South and try to regain his momentum by moving north to Virginia. Nine months later, the war would finally end at a place known as Yorktown.

    JOSHUA 24:15


    Home - back in the USA!

    A travel blog entry by sdbaker99 on Apr 09, 2014

    ... and re-check our bags.

    Once we had done this we made our way to the Delta Sky Club lounge where we had a couple of hours before our flights to Richmond and Salt Lake City took off. Laurie and Sara spent a bit of time with us in the lounge. All of us were joking that we couldn't wait to finally get a drink with ice in it! It's funny to think about the little things you miss when you travel to ...

    Sand paper, Leaves & People Dressed Up

    A travel blog entry by livinthedream13 on Nov 22, 2013

    21 photos

    ... me alone in the last place I might have won.
    Came back and played some cards with Paul's mum. It was a game I had never played before called ********, basically you have to see whether the other person is lying or not. I did well on this. A much more event filled day.

    Day 60 - 20th November 2013

    Paul's dad years ago had put up a fence for Paul's mum years ago but it was looking a bit worse for wear, so we decided to spruce it up a bit and turn it into a gate. ...