Residence Inn Richmond Northwest

3940 Westerre Parkway, Richmond, Virginia, 23233, United States
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Richmond transortation (bus stops)

by zacata23

I have already found a map of the Richmond bus stops (, but I still do not know how to get where I need to be on 02 July. Can someone please help? I will be arriving at the Amtrak station, and need to go to 2812 Emerywood Pkwy. Directions for a car say to take the 64 W exit Broad St./Glenside North, and then make a few more turns for about a mile, but I will not be taking a car, and will have to get there by a Richmond bus.

In addition, does anyone know of a cheaper--and much better!--to get to Richmond than Greyhound? I am coming from Charlottesville, a town that only has transportation to D.C., if any.

Thank you very much in advance.

Re: Richmond transortation (bus stops)

by usatravels

From: Amtrak Downdown
(main St), VA (RVM)
1500 E Main St
Richmond, VA 23219

To: 2821 Emerywood Pkwy, VA 23294 via Glenside Park-N-Ride

Take Route No 27 Glenside Express or Route No 25
This Bus Takes Approx 30 mins
Express Fares at $1.75 (Oneway)

The most Convenient is Greyhound (Direct) at $40 (Roundtrip)

Amtrak via DC at $140 (Roundtrip)

Hope this helps!

Transfer Time from Glenside Park-N-Ride to Emerywood Pkwy (1 Mile) by Taxi at 3 mins by Walk at 15 min

Enter the following in your favourite map search

Start: Glenside Dr, Richmond
End: 2812 Emerywood pkwy 23294

Travel Tips for Richmond

Overview of Richmond


Have a overview of the city.
Richmond is the Virginia capital and have some high buildings which reflect on the James River. Two visitors centers :
* 550 E Marshall street - 804.782.2777.
* 1710 Robin Hood Rd - I95/I64 exit 78 - 800.370.2577

David, Lee, and Nat's Excellent Adventures

by b1bob

Sadly, Andy couldn't stay with us all day for the grand tour because of a long honey-do list (for those on the Left Bank, that's a long list of small errands wives or girlfriends give their husbands.) After lunch, Lee and I left Carytown, making a beeline for the Museum and White House of the Confederacy. We wanted to get in all of the museum as well as the White House tour. It turns out I have been taking enough people through the White House that I got a guide I had before. Mark acemj will remember this guide- a very intelligent middle-aged gentleman who remembered me from 3 years before, who has ties to Halifax County (he even knew of my Grandpa Terry). He is a staunch defender of Robert E. Lee. As any of you who have done the White House of the Confederacy know, that tour is a real cardiovascular workout. After we saw the whole of the museum including the gift shop, we were off to the Canal Walk. I had toured part of it before, but this was the first time we went all the way to Belle Isle. Along the way, we walked through the Alcoa plant, saw the Christopher Newport cross, walked on footbridges to Brown's Island and back to the mainland, through to Belle Isle- a 5-iron from the Virginia War Memorial where David and I toured ourselves alone the previous day. When we started the Canal Walk, food was the four-letter f word. However, after the round trip of 3.25 miles (5 km.) we could have eaten a horse and chased the rider. Luckily, Bottoms Up Pizza is virtually along the eastern fringe of the Canal Walk. We ate there and watched the American football games from the bar on the restaurant's back porch as passenger trains passed by from nearby Main Street Station.

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The "Gateway to the South"

by wewetsel

Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy. One must remember this when they visit Richmond for the first time. Southern pride feelings still run deep in this city. It also provides good learning experiences. The White house of the confederacy is located next to the MCV campus and was the home of Jefferson Davis. Along with the white house is the museum of the confederacy. Just down the road is Hollywood Cemetery. Here, four presidents are burried. It is known for it's unusually artistic grave stones and number of confederate soldiers and officers burried here. It is sometimes refered to as "the arlington of the south"

Health food in Carytown

by b1bob

When you think of cities where health food is popular, the first places which might come to mind are San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and maybe even Denver, but not Richmond, Virginia with its fine (but fattening) Southern cuisine. However, Carytown is one of those funky enclaves in which you will find several health food stores that sell all sorts of vitamin supplements, protein substitutes for vegetarians or vegans, or simply organic produce.

Pony Pasture

by Hughesle

'Pony Pasture' is a nice spot to view or swim in the James river. It is located off Huguenot rd, south of richmond. (I am almost positive there is a brown sign telling you where to go) When tide is low (and if you are adventurous) you can climb on the many smooth rocks that are in the river and get a great view! The greenery there is lush and beautiful as well.


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 Residence Inn Richmond Northwest

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Address: 3940 Westerre Parkway, Richmond, Virginia, 23233, United States