That might be a good idea. I just know we can't do too much walking in this heat. But hopefully we'll be on the road by 8. Thanks!
I think we did a canal boat ride, of some sort, too!The 17th St. Farmers Market is an easy walk from the Richmond Main St. Train Station, lots of good non-chain restaurants and bars. The Civil War Museum at the old Iron Works is interesting, and the Canal Walk is a nice stroll, and lots of open area along the James River. Don't know how the Rona is affecting Richmond, and a lot of what we did down there involved a good bit of walking
Fantastic hotel..stayed there every time I went to the NASCAR spring and fall races..So old and majestic..Next to last time there, race was rained out and scheduled for next day, went back to hotel and asked the concierge for some places to go for the evening, she had absolutely nothing and was rude as hell. Hotel limo guy overheard it and approached us afterwards saying he would take us around to some places. Frankly, we were just looking for interesting bars, he dropped us off at one and told us of others within walking distance. Gave us his cell number and said to call when we were done. Called him about 3 hours later, he picked us up and took us back to the hotel..Tried to give him a hundred, but he refused, said 20 was more to his taste and apologized for the rude concierge.His idea for a day trip. Last time I was there, CariBlue and I took a trip down to The Jefferson to get coffee and came right back.