Howard Johnson Inn Petersburg
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Europe laughs in my face. I waited patiently as the customer service attendant tried to work an alternate route, but it just wasn't in the cards. Though I'm not surprised, this is my luck. I'll arrive at my ultimate destination 2 days later. After 2 months of patiently waiting for the first of June, another two days is a lifetime. By this time, my mom had slowly creeped her way to the desk, as beforehand I asked her to wait behind me...I'm a big boy and can get a ticket by myself (so ...
I visited my family in Virginia and got to celebrate my Nana's 83rd bday and also my Aunt Dollbaby's birthday. I hung out with my cousins Scott, Teri (pregnant), Amanda (pregnant), and Rusty, and also their kids Hayden & McKinlee. We had fun eating cake and BBQ and playing corn hole until the sun went down. ...
... of each place. 2 1/4 hours up the road we stop at a rest area around a town called Rocky Mount, again as before its only a rest area with restrooms and a few vending machines. Lunch today is at one of the Cracker Barrel restaurants, in a place called Emporia. Julie orders fried chicken and I order a sampler plate. The chicken comes out with a baked potato and green beans, on top is a white sauce that has a funny ham taste to ...
... be a hot day. Got to bypass the long lines since we had our armbands and payment tickets. We set up the site and I manned it while Terry went "looking" for stuff for his Nova. We had gotten a few items yesterday and he picked up a few more today. We had a pretty good breeze until early afternoon so we watched some of the cars drag racing looked at the show cars then left to get gas and back to the motorhome. ...
... the nearly forty stops are related to Smith’s voyages from 1607 to 1609.
Fast forward to March 23, 1775. That’s when Patrick Henry gave his “Liberty or Death” speech at St John’s Church in Richmond during the Second Virginia Convention. The church, on East Broad Street, was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961; a good starting point for trailing the events surrounding ...