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Private Winery Tours in Charlottesville
"Choose the perfect vehicle to accommodate your group and then be picked up at your hotel. Find a seat and with complimentary bottled water and a cooler and ice for your wine relax as you are driven through Charlottesville.Arrive at your first winery Jefferson Vineyard. Sample the modern viticulture created by this vineyard located between two presidential homes. Next visit Blenheim Vineyards where you have a selection of wines made from the piedmont landscape. After Blenheim Vineyards
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Private Winery Tours in Charlottesville
"Choose the perfect vehicle to accommodate your group and then be picked up at your hotel. Find a seat and with complimentary bottled water and a cooler and ice for your wine relax as you are driven through Charlottesville.Arrive at your first winery Jefferson Vineyard. Sample the modern viticulture created by this vineyard located between two presidential homes. Next visit Blenheim Vineyards where you have a selection of wines made from the piedmont landscape. After Blenheim Vineyards
From $325.00
 
Private Crozet Winery Tours
"Select the perfect vehicle to accommodate your group and then be picked up at your hotel to begin your round-trip transportation for your private 5-hour tour. Make yourself comfortable in the vehicle stocked with bottled water and a cooler with ice for your wine and then be driven to your first vineyard.Start your day at White Hall Vineyards an award-winning winery with an exceptional selection of wine. Visit Stinson Vineyard next for a tasting of wines with a distinct French influence. Then go to Glass House Winery a unique
From $325.00

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Skyline

Another good vantage point is the observation deck of the new (in Richmond terms) City Hall. Since 11 September 2001, you sign in on the ground floor and then take the lift up to the 17th floor...
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Halloween

One of the holidays that people with children celebrate is Halloween. When my kids were little I picked out their costumes for them. When children get older, they have more input into what they...
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Captain John Smith

John Smith is credited with establishing the first settlement in the America's in April 1607. He also credited with establishing trade with the local Indians. This was essential for the survival of...
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Second Trip

If there were a sixth star, I would opt for that. The second trip to Tangier was with my friends Peter Foster (white shirt) and Ben Dessart (green). We did essentially the same things I did with...
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Natural Bridge

We visited Natural Bridge shortly after we were married - it was before it was designated as a National Historic Landmark. In those days you walked along a path beside some little waterfalls and...
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Flowers

While I was in the visitor center, a volunteer told me that is I walk down to the beach on the Boyd's Hole Trail, I will see a huge patch of Daffodils just past the beach. The patch is between the...
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Historic Sites, Markers & Museums

On the northbound side of the street is a Historic Marker which tells about the original inhabitants of the area. Part of it says "The site of Werowocomoco is located nearby at Purtan Bay......
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Historical Sites

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...
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The Norfolk Mermaid

Based on an idea of Bess Decker, the wife of a prominent Norfolk attorney, she was able to gain community support for a parade of mermaids after a visit to Chicago where she was inspired by their Cows...
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James Fort

The first structure at Jamestown was a fort. The fort is known to be in a triangle shape from a drawing made by a Spanish Ambassador in 1609. However the exact location of the fort was not known until...
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Methodist Parsonage House

This home of the resident reverend was built in 1887. It is the only house on the island with a basement and the first to have an indoor loo. It was the first house to have a chain-link fence. That...
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Unique Neighbourhoods

Shockoe Bottom was for many years strictly an industrial neighbourhood (many tobacco warehouses used to line the streets) that is now home to a bunch of Richmond's finest nightclubs and restaurants....
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Pocahontas

Pocahontas was born in 1595. She was the daughter of Powhatan, an Indian chief who's village was near the Jamestown landing. What I found interesting is that Pocahontas was not her real name. Her...
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personal memories

This visit really materialised out of nowhere. In mid-August, David e-mailed me saying he had tickets to the 10 September 2005 Richmond NASCAR race. Knowing had a long-standing invitation to stay at...
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Top Things to Do in Virginia

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Canal Walk

Capt. Christopher Newport landed in what is now known as Richmond, Virginia on May 24, 1607. Newport was part of the original settlement that had just landed at Jamestown. Along with 21 crew members,...
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Governor's Palace

Governor Edward Nott persuaded the General Assembly to authorize its construction with an act passed October 23, 1705, and building began the following summer. The act directed contractor Henry Cary...
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Beaches and Activities

My girlfriend and I put together a Virginia Beach vacation. We both love outdoors, water, hiking and nature, but we needed something that was totally relaxing. We found Spa Phoenix on the web....
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Mary's Rock

We stopped on a drive north from the Big Meadows Visitor Center at a roadside stop called Mary's Rock. The tunnel was built in 1932 and cuts through 600 feet of the mountainside. It and the...
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Monticello

Daily, year-round Tours run throughout the day. Get an intimate look at the extraordinary house Thomas Jefferson built and furnished for himself and his family. See the furnishings, art, books,...
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Jail Alley

While I was walking along Caroline Street, I passed an alley with the words "Jail Alley" painted on the wall of a building in the alley. I took a few pictures and decided to check this out when I...
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