Holiday Inn Richmond South-Belles Road

4303 Commerce Road, I-95, Exit 69, Bells Road, Richmond, Virginia, 23234, United States
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need a place to party

by dionana

nt from this area, but me and friends plane a fun weekend, welike clubing , drinking and dancing. we like r&b,todays jams. would like to find a crowed thats mixed close to hotels.. were should we go???? were r coming from VA, BCH...

Re: need a place to party

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

Best hotel in the area is the Omni. Nearby is the Berkley.

Great party spots nearby:
The Lucky Buddha
Havana 59
Velvet
The Old city Bar
Element Lounge
Sine Irish Pub
Rosie Connolly's Pub
Wendy's Bull and Bear

Enjoy

Cheers!

Travel Tips for Richmond

The Museum - general info

by matcrazy1

The Museum of the Confederacy consists of the two buildings:
1. modern museum building (self-guided tour),
2. the White House of the Confederacy (guided tour).
Add the Haversack Store - details in my shopping tips.

TIME
The guided tour of the White House of the Confederacy lasts approx. 30-40 min.
Exhibitions were quite huge, reserve at least the same time for very quick tour around 3 levels or more time if you are especially interested. Add time for visiting the store. So, not less than 1 and half hour is needed.

HOURS
Mon - Sat 10.00 am - 5.00 pm,
Sun 12.00 am - 5.00 pm
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

ADMISSION FEES
I paid $10 (per person) in Nov. 2004 for entrance to both buildings. Enlarge my picture for more info, please.

PARKING
Should be free but I paid $4. Details in my Warnings Or Dangers tip.

Evidence of revitalisation

by b1bob

Some people say that constructing new buildings at or near the Jackson Ward area is a sacrilege and it encroaches on the neighbourhood. The best option is to revitalise old delapidated buildings with some historical significance to their former glory, but if that cannot be done, there are new buildings like these: The Jackson Center, 501 N. 2nd St., a modern (1991) building that is headquarters for the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, is named for Richmonder Giles B. Jackson, a former slave who became the first black lawyer to practice before the Virginia Supreme Court. It was Jackson's idea to establish a Negro exhibit at the Jamestown Exposition of 1907 in Norfolk and largely his efforts that brought it to reality. President Theodore Roosevelt, who took in the exhibit, stopped by Jackson's office in Richmond on his return to Washington to congratulate him not only on the exhibit but on the banks and other business in Richmond operated by blacks. Consolidated Bank and Trust Company, 320 N. 1st St., a modern structure, was established in 1930-31 when three prominent black banks in Jackson Ward merged. One of them, and the oldest, was the St. Luke Penny Savings Bank, founded by Maggie Walker in 1903. Consolidated is the nation's oldest surviving black-operated bank. Projects such as the Dairy Building flats and the expanded convention centre are kicking the existing neighbourhood up a notch. For Jackson Ward, I am convinced the future is shaping up to be as bright as the past.

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Lakeside Farmer's Market

by b1bob

From May through to November, the only real farmer's market in suburban Henrico County takes place on Wednesdays and Saturdays takes place north of town in the Lakeside district. There is space for up to 11 vendors to have a 10x40' (3x12 m.) space enough for a truck from which to sell their goods and a 10x10' (3x3 m.) tent. The times are 8am-noon and 3-7pm on Wednesdays and 8am-noon (only) on Saturdays. In the photo taken in late July, there is an abundance of corn and tomatoes from nearby Hanover County. Later that night, I had the best corn in my life up to that point.

6110 Lakeside Avenue

DIRECTIONS from I-95: Merge onto E PARHAM RD/VA-73 S via EXIT 83B 0.5 mi (0.8 km). Turn LEFT onto US-1/BROOK RD. 1.2 mi (1.9 km). Turn RIGHT onto HILLIARD RD/VA-161 0.8 mi (1.3 km). Turn LEFT onto LAKESIDE AVE/VA-161 0.4 mi (0.7 km). Farmer's market is on the right.

Greek Orthodox Church

by b1bob

As odd as it may sound, Richmond has a more international flavour than its stereotype might suggest. There are restaurants of just about every major nationality including a Filipino, a Brazilian, and several Greek restaurants. There is also a surprisingly large Greek community in Richmond, one large enough to have necessitated the construction- as far back as 1917- of the Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox church at the corner of Malvern and Grove Avenue. The first weekend every June, the parking lot and property surrounding the church is hopping with people when the Greek Festival is held there.

Shockoe Bottom

by ATXtraveler

Off the beaten path a bit from downtown Richmond, but within walking distance of the Virginia State Capital, is an area of Richmond known as Shockoe Bottom. This area of Richmond is known as one of the oldest neighborhoods in Richmond, and most of this land was owned by Colonel William Mayo in the 1700's. As far as I can trace, Colonel Mayo is only a distant relative to Colonel Mustard of Clue, the board game, fame.

The area here is in the rebuilding process from a devastating hurricane which left it flooded in 2004, but signs of revitalization are definitely seen. In fact, in an effort to get Shockoe Bottom on the right track to being removed from "Off the Beaten Path", area legislators have even created a Myspace page for Shockoe Bottom.

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Address: 4303 Commerce Road, I-95, Exit 69, Bells Road, Richmond, Virginia, 23234, United States