Howard Johnson Inn Petersburg
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rolling around in the grass on its back with its belly exposed. Today's nature lesson is that, yes, foxes do act like pet dogs when they think nobody is looking. I am writing this from the apartment of a high school friend I haven't spoke to in years until yesterday, so you can safely ask for shelter from anybody you ever met. The more remote it is, the better it works because they probably don't get many visitors. Human interactions today have been a ...
... a lazy day. This area is filled with history from the final nine months of the Civil War. Since Richmond was the Capital of the Confederacy right down the road from us was the Five Forks Battlefield and Visitor Center. We were the only ones at the Visitor Center but it was interesting with original and replica items that can be held and I was amazed of how heavy the rifles are much less holding them and ...
Today we put out tents away and packed up, loaded the van and headed down to Richmond, Virginia. Once we arrived we took a walking tour of the old house that a former president used to live in. We were told not to touch anything especially the wallpaper and were not allowed to take photographs. There was then ...
... br> For dinner, we head to Burger Bach (pronounced “Batch”) for excellent burgers made from pampered cows in New Zealand. The appetizer was a pot of the largest mussels we’ve ever seen. After eating, we jump over to the Byrd Theater for the Saturday night showing of 21 Jump Street for $1.99 each. Yes, $1.99 each! The pre-show entertainment includes 'The Mighty Wurlitzer’ – a guy playing a Wurlitzer organ. He rises from the center of the stage to play one or ...
... was at the Federal Court of appeals. The Commonwealth of Virginia has sued the Federal Government over Obama Care and the case was being heard in court today.
After lunch, we boarded our bus to go to the Museum of the Confederacy. There were many artifacts that were personal property of many of the Confederate Generals and other officers and soldiers. Next door, but a part of the Museum, was ...