Days Inn Charlottesville / University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... he most wanted to be remembered (Author of Declaration of Independence, Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom, and Father of the University of Virginia), “and not a word more”. What’s missing? Well, he certainly held higher offices, including governor of the state, secretary of state, vice president, and oh yeah, president. I guess those just weren’t impressive enough to list.
We loved our day at Monticello. ...
... reserved in Charlottesville (about 45 mins from Lockn') for last night and are working on securing a 2nd night. We knew this would be an adventure!! Just glad we weren't there when the storm blew through! Now, we need to find some Lockn' friends and have a party of our ...
... the cultural and recreational amenities that go along with that.
The University of Virginia is usually ranked as one of the top public universities in the country. It was founded by President Thomas Jefferson, accompanied by James Madison and James Monroe to place first stone in the construction of the first campus building. Jefferson also designed the original part of campus, which he called an "academical village" around a great lawn with the ...
"She's pretty but she's got big thighs" Kasper talking about Flora the French girl in the IRC at Newcomb dining "Can't love that much?" Dorte making fun of him "Not for sexy time" Kasper talking about his dislike for nude as a colour for bras "Well unlined means.. You can see the girls" Margaret how I have missed you. Such fun! "Debbie got a job!" Mum telling me on ...
This is one of the most beautiful drives I have ever seen. We drove from Boyce, VA to Charlottesville. The most incredible was just as we headed south from Front Royal, Va and the fall colors, the farm land, and the mountains framing it all was stunning. There was definitely a feeling of driving into the tall peaks of the southern Appalachians, many of which are the tallest in the Appalachian chain. Next week we are headed to ...