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So a little info. about the dig site. Khirbet Qeiyafa (ker bit key yafa) is on a rounded hill that overlooks the site of the battle between David and Goliath. The site was discovered many years ago, however Israel is absolutely filled with ...
From Austin, we went back to Virginia to spend a couple more weeks with my mom and Chuck. It was great getting to bookend our trip by spending time with them. Winter was snowy and pretty, then spring was beautiful. We went camping in ...
Alex's thoughts: I think that going to Turkey is going to be a lot of fun. I'm going on a train for the first time. I am going to sleep on the train. I think it's going to be pretty easy to fall asleep on the train because the sleeper car was made to ...
We took a comfortable 6-hour train ride to Richmond, where my mom and Chuck live. The most obvious aspect of being back in the States was that I could overhear other people's conversations again. In Asia, people talk and it's background ...
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1201 E. Clay St., Richmond, Virginia, United States
This white-columned southern architectural masterpiece, high on a hill overlooking Shockoe Valley, was home and headquarters of Confederate States President Jefferson Davis, and now contains the nation's largest collection of Confederate artifacts.
1800 Lakeside Ave, Richmond, Virginia, United States
Beautiful botanical gardens full of colorful flowers, gazebos and lakes: kids, check out the Children's Garden.
1700 Hampton St, Richmond, Virginia, United States
1914 E Main St, Richmond, Virginia, United States
Illustrations of the famous poem "The Raven" and numerous other artifacts surrounding the life of this great American author, the father of the psychological horror story, are housed in a series of buildings, including Richmond's oldest.