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Apr 17, 2011 - Richmond, Virginia
Richmond, Virginia What a day!!! Since it rained all day yesterday and we were stuck in the RV, we had to make up a day of sightseeing. We put two days of exploring into one day. We rode into Richmond on the expressway which wasn't too bad since it was Sunday. We visited many places in Richmond: 1. Poe Museum -- This was so cool! It was a series of buildings that were purchased by supporters of Poe and turned into a museum of photographs, first editions,written manuscripts, furniture, artifacts that were part of Poe's life. The first...Jump to full entry
Apr 15, 2011 - On Our Way to Richmond, VA
On Our Way To Richmond, VA We left Myrtle Beach early Friday morning. We took a rural route to get to I-95. The sights of rural NC was really nice...lots of budding flowers and trees. I found that there were many old barns and outbuildings along the way. I found them particularly nostalgic because many were very rustic while others were in total disrepair. It was sad to see how time had taken its toll on once very important buildings to the farming community. We finally hit I-95 at Fayetteville, NC. The traveling was fine until we hit...Jump to full entry
Mar 17, 2011 - Stuzzi restaurant
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Spectrum Information Technologies ( NY) Services The pizza bases in Naples are soft and pliable. In Rome they prefer a thin and crispy base. Another popular form of pizza in Italy is "pizza al taglio" which is pizza baked in rectangular trays with a wide variety of toppings and sold by weight.
In December 2009, the pizza napoletana was granted Traditional Speciality Guaranteed status by the European Union.
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Jan 26, 2011 - Stuzzi Restaurant
Stuzzi Restaurant Bio
The pizza bases in Naples are soft and pliable. In Rome they prefer a thin and crispy base. Another popular form of pizza in Italy is "pizza al taglio" which is pizza baked in rectangular trays with a wide variety of toppings and sold by weight.
In December 2009, the pizza napoletana was granted Traditional Speciality Guaranteed status by the European Union. China
Culture of the Song Dynasty#Food and cuisine
A Song Dynasty teahouse from the painting Along the River During Qingming Festival, by...
Jan 23, 2011 - Retrieving our stuff
Reluctantly we headed again to Cocoa to retrieve the car which had been left there to be fitted with a hitch. A few more frustrating days passed...refits, inverter installed, etc. Finally we struck northward to Va again. Jean capably drove with the "dinghy" in tow like a pro! Arriving on Sunday, we were able to park our unit close to the old one & start emptying. Monday saw much of the same except now we had 2 issues with the new RV: the batteries were not being charged as we travelled & lights were staying on. Of course, the guys found...Jump to full entry
Jan 20, 2011 - Stuzzi Restaurant
Stuzzi Restaurant Info
Peter Caserta About Us Their homely fare dispatch’d, the hungry band
Invade their trenchers next, and soon devour,
To mend the scanty meal, their cakes of flour.
Ascanius this observ’d, and smiling said:
“See, we devour the plates on which we fed.”
Stuzzi Restaurant Contact Food catering establishments which may be described as restaurants were known since the 11th century in Kaifeng, China's northern capital during the first half of the Song Dynasty (960–1279). With a...
Dec 19, 2010 - Getting Ready for Orlando
1. We found this web site for storing our photos and comments. 2. We made reservations at: Dec 25 & 26 10495 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC Briarcliffe RV Resort--6 hrs from home tel: 843-272-2730.10495 Dec. 27 742 Old Still Rd. Woodbine, GA King George RV Resort - Sugar Beach Resort Dec. 28-Dec. 31 2110 US Hwy 27 South Clermont, FL 34714 OrlandoJump to full entry
Sep 20, 2010 - home sweet home added some new pics
well we made it home yesterday with no issue. The flight was long but good. We took the day off today to rest, shake off the jet lag, do mountains of laundry and get ready for the rest of the working week. Thanks for the notes along the way and following us on our journey. I will not subject any one to the hundreds of photos and countless stories like people did back in the day. I hoped that this journal would do that for us. However if there is anyone who really wants to hear the tales and see the pictures we would be GLAD to re live it....Jump to full entry
Jun 9, 2010 - Richmond to Cape Hatteras (again)
We had stayed two days at Asheville, and now drove into Richmond, Virginia, the capital. We took a look at the state capital building (of course) and would have liked to go into the Confederate "White House" to see the museum there, but parking was impossible due to road construction. So, we headed onwards the coast again, crossing over the Chesapeake Bay by it's more northerly bridges/tunnels. We drove down onto the North Carolina outer banks, and headed to the National Parks Service campground near the Cape Hatteras lighthouse, where we...Jump to full entry
May 16, 2010 - Seeing the Old Dominion
Hi Everyone! We left Hilton Head on Friday, May 14. That morning we took a brief ride into the Sea Pines Plantation (gated communities are called plantations), which was filled with very large yachts in the harbor. After about 3 hours of driving, we were in Bishopville, South Carolina. There, we saw topiary done by a private homeowner. It was amazing! Every plant, bush and tree on his property (and some on the neighboring properties) was perfectly manicured in beautiful shapes. Wait until you see the pictures! One of my car tires had a slow...Jump to full entry
May 1, 2010 - Richmond Raceway
Arrived at track early Thur morn for an easy pull in and set up. Surrounded by a lot of Canadians eh, funny to see Molson Canadian, Blue and Keith's after seeing nothing but Bud for last month eh. Everybody seems to say eh a lot eh. LOL. Camping right across the street from the track was worth the little extra money. Weather is heating up again tho so the duvet comes off again. Bright and sunny day on Fri, walked the track area and souvie sites, lots of gypsy vendors here. Anybody need a used race tire or a hood. Got our tixs watched the...Jump to full entry
Oct 17, 2009 - Museum of the Confederacy
For the first time since spring we have encountered a stretch of poor weather, it has been raining with temps in the mid 40's, so we are restricted in what we have been able to do. Thursday we checked out The Museum of the Confederacy and the "Southern Whitehouse" which are located downtown in the middle of the Virginia Commonwealth University and Medical College of Virginia's medical complexes. Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy and so much history is in and around this town. The Museum was well done and the Presidential...Jump to full entry