Historic Mankin Mansion Bed and Breakfast

4300 Oakleys Lane, Richmond, Virginia, 23223, United States
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Travel Tips for Richmond

Virginia - Home of Lovers, and Presidents.

by ATXtraveler

One of the most interesting facts that I learned during my tour of the Virginia Capital building is that Virginia has the largest number of Presidents of the United States!

George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
James Monroe
William Henry Harrison
John Tyler
Zachary Taylor
Woodrow Wilson

All of these presidents have sculptures in the Capital Building, so take a trip and find them all!

zrim's visit 31.03.2004

by b1bob

Despite a perfectly awful day in terms of weather (cool and damp to the very marrow of our bones), Phil toured the campus of the University of Virginia and Monticello (Thomas Jefferson's estate), Phil and I toured Richmond. Time constraints and the aforementioned bad weather made this an abbreviated b1bob adventure. The bright side is, there will be plenty more to see next time out. I would have had Phil spend the night, but he had to catch an early flight back to Minnesota. We sat up together from the time we got back from La Casita until 2am. He figured in the time it took to turn in his hired car, undergo security scrutiny, and allow a window for the unexpected. Next time, hopefully, he'll bring his lovely wife Becky and they'll stay long enough for me to give them a proper tour and use my guestroom.

Virginia Outdoor Sportsman's Show

by b1bob

The Virginia Outdoor Sportsman Show takes place every year at the Showplace (the former Zayre) department store in eastern Richmond, Virginia. This show not only features guns and hunting equipment, but also farm tools, camping gear, truck accessories, wooden art, and even cooking and spices. The state department of game and inland fisheries even has booths there on safe and legal hunting and fishing. I really felt at home here because I mert a lot of folks from Southern Virginia, even Oxford, North Carolina. Some came from as far away as Georgia and Arkansas to attend this event.

Here's how to get there: NORTH: South on I-95 to I-295 exit 37B (360 W.). Go about 4 mi.; on the right. SOUTH: North on I-95 to I-64 East in Richmond. (From the east and west on I-64 also do this): take the exit 192, Rt. 360 east. Go about 1/2 mile; on the left.

Dorey Park

by b1bob

At 400 acres, Dorey Park is the largest park in Henrico County (in the eastern part of the county near the city of Richmond). There is a Recreation Center, a lake, 7 picnic shelters, a children's play area, frisbee range, 4 soccer fields, 4 lighted baseball fields, 3 tennis courts, a horse ring and horseback riding trails. There is also a reception area to rent out for weddings, picnics, or other special events. It depends on what you're there to do.

Nice growth around Richmond

by matcrazy1

This picture shows a small shopping centre on the right side of Mechaniscville Turnpike, a few miles from downtown Richmond. The economic development of Richmond's area doesn't yet affect Mechanicsville as much as it happened in many other U.S. suburbs.

Luckily, as of right now, there are no high buildings, seats of large companies and huge offices neither in Mechanicsville nor in its outlying areas like it happened in many suburbs of fast growing US cities. Look for example at Fairfax or Arlington located close to Washington D.C.

However, many residents are fearful that if Mechanicsville develops much more, it will become a concrete canyon like so much of Northern Virginia. Nat has lived in Mechanicsville long enough to remember when the nights were dark. However, with all these new shopping centers and car dealership, Mechanicsville and other American suburbs experience light pollution.


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Address: 4300 Oakleys Lane, Richmond, Virginia, 23223, United States