Super 8 Petersburg / Hopewell

Address: 555 Wythe St E, Petersburg, Virginia, 23803, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 555 Wythe St E, Petersburg, is near Siege Museum, Centre Hill Mansion, Farmers Bank, and Lee's Retreat.
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Travel Blogs from Petersburg

Cemeteries are big in America

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Jul 29, 2015

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... and speciality stores. We did call in to bar in the vicinity where the barmaid insisted we take two glasses to remind us of our visit to Richmond. That evening we found a lovely place called the Franklin Inn with some tables outside, it was a balmy evening after some afternoon rain and was most enjoyable. I won't bore you with the details of our supper, but must mention a type of food we had never come across before, called 'Hushpuppies'. After ...

A walk in to Downtown Ricmond

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Jul 28, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... it was a warm morning and Google Maps had already informed us it was a good three miles to this point. We headed down towards the James River from where Richmond made it's early wealth, boats moored here to load the tobacco harvested from the nearby farms by slaves. The river has a canal system because of its fast flowing rapids and now days there are huge concrete levies to prevent the occasional and in the past, devastating flooding. There is an old part ...

More Surprises!!!

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 08, 2014

8 comments, 6 photos

... South. When the first Union troops arrived they were unaware that the heavily fortified (fortifications started in 1861) City was largely undefended and could be taken within 2 days. However, they delayed attacking and a siege became the only option. The siege lasted 9 months, in which time the Union Army had built over 25 miles of battle fortifications. The further West Grant went, meant less and less supply routes for the City until Grant got ...

A Day of Surprises

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 08, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... Antietam and Meagher). He took part in many battles and was wounded at Bloody Angle after 8 days of solid fighting (Yep 22hrs non-stop fighting see Spotsylvania)

He described the wound he received as a flesh wound and was hospitalised in Washington. He was operated on, on the 17th May, and initially recovered. His condition deteriorated and he died of blood poisoning on 20th May.

The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier is at Pamplin and has ...

Trailing History

A travel blog entry by burtonll on Mar 09, 2013

... conflict. The capital of the colonies was moved from Williamsburg to Richmond April 18, 1780 in hopes of offering it more protection from the British; however it was burned by British troops in 1781. Virginia became the 10th US state on June 25, 1788; keep that factoid in mind as we continue trailing history.

Forward again, to May 1861. Virginia voters ratified Virginia’s secession from the Union; ...