Econo Lodge Chippenham Hospital

6523 Midlothian Tnpk., Richmond, Virginia, 23225, United States
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Hello guys, are there any buses/trains that goes from Richmond to Blackstone and back, Va? How much would it cost? Thank you!

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Are you by chance with the military and going to Fort Pickett? If so you might want to check with the post as they may have shuttles that will pick you up at the Richmond airport. Or they may have shuttles that go between there and Fort Lee in which case you might be able to find a shuttle that serves Army personnel from RIC to Fort Lee.

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when you're in Richmond, you gotta go to little texas! it's a club! there are adult nights, and also teen nights! also, when you come here, you have to go to Chesterfield Towne Center!! thats the best mall! it has everything, and i mean everything you're lookin for! i miss all my friends when i'm away from Richmond! everyone i kno is very nice and friendly!! i love life in Richmond!

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by b1bob

The last weekend every October, the Richmond Highland Games and Celtic Festival (or the Scottish Games, as they are more commonly called) takes place at the State Fairgrounds. Tickets run for $15 in advance, $19 at the door, and $28 for a weekend pass. My mama, daddy, and brother attended this event regularly, but I am not as keen on showing my Scottish heritage as they are. Folks know I am Scottish when I go shopping- the Scottish are known for being somewhat stingy with their money. I went in 2007 when my friend Paul Negrin, who is of Cuban heritage on his daddy's side and Scottish on his mama's side talked me into going. So, Mama, my brother, sister-in-law, niece, and Paul all went. The bagpipes gave me a headache. It was sort of fun browsing through the tents set up by about 80 vendors and artisans selling their things with a Scottish or Irish theme. Paul was keen on shopping for a kilt and the accessories. Of all the shopping tents, I liked the one that sold Scottish food you can't get at your local Wal-Mart. Folks who are really into the culture can research their family history, get a henna tattoo, and even learn some Gaelic. There is a wide range of food and drink offered here, whether authentic Scottish or typical fun-fair cuisine. They offer all manner of whiskey and ale. For those who don't want alcohol, there are plenty of sweets, Scottish eggs, sausage rolls, and haggis made from old recipes. Give me credit, I kept my word to Paul and tried the haggis. But I didn't like it because of the texture. In my opinion, it has the consistency of fried lint. That's the price of research! To sum up, it is a fun event if you really like putting your Celtic heritage on display, but I enjoy other ethnic festivals much more than this.

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When I was walking along Monument Avenue I saw a house with the front decorated in black spiders and cobwebs. There were orange pumpkins put on the ground, too. It was the first Halloween decoration I ever saw. I got to know what is this annual celebration in American life almost three weeks later, in Austin, Texas...

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Address: 6523 Midlothian Tnpk., Richmond, Virginia, 23225, United States