Hotel and Resort photography & video by PhotoWeb (photowebusa.com) Thank you for choosing Holiday Inn Express Richmond Airport. We look forward to you visit. Always remember that included in out rates is: “Smart Start Breakfast”, indoor heated pool, Airport Shuttle, USA Today. Our rooms come standard with Mini-Fridge and Microwave, Irons and Ironing Boards and Hair Dryers. If you have forgotten anything, please be sure to stop by the desk for our “Forgot Something Amenities”. Our hotel is centraly located 30 minutes from many activies located through out the greater Richmond area and Williamsburg. We proudly offer complimentary Express Start Breakfast featuring two hot items daily – omelets w/cheese, sausage or bacon, biscuits and gravy. Suites feature Kohler Shower Heads & Stay Smart Bedding. We have wireless high speed Internet access for the customer on the go, and free high speed Internet access in each guest room. Hotel and Resort photography & video by PhotoWeb (photowebusa.com). PhotoWeb’s Virtual Tours, videos, Digital Stills & Worldwide Distribution allow clients to put their most powerful media where the booking decisions are being made. With superior technology and the highest quality custom content available, viewers are guaranteed to be impressed. Photo Web has been providing cutting edge imaging services since 1996. With offices in the US, UK, Australia, Japan, India, and Colombia, PhotoWeb provides services worldwide. For further information, please contact … Video Rating: 5 / 5
“Making Richmond Work” is a documentary created by journalism professor Robert Hodierne’s Documentary Journalism class to spotlight little-known and under-appreciated jobs in and around the city of Richmond. This vignette was produced by Megan Wilson,’09, and Alyson McArdle,’09. Video Rating: 5 / 5
Video was shot on a Nikon D7000 at 720p, 30 fps with a Nikon 55-200 and Tamron 17-50. Object was to see how the D7000 handled 720p and if this camera is suitable for general photography in uncontrolled situations. The camera performed quite well. Except for the sunset video, the ASA was kept to 100. Nikon D7000,720p,Shockoe Bottom,Virginia Union University Choir,Delegate Delores L. McQuinn,One Voice Choir,Shad Fishing,James River
Hotel and Resort photography & video by PhotoWeb (photowebusa.com) Conveniently located only a mile from the Richmond International Airport (RIC), this Holiday Inn hotel is close to all of Richmond’s finest attractions & businesses. Our Sandston hotel’s central location provides easy access to interstates 64 & 295. Nearby attractions include races at the Richmond International Raceway & Colonial Downs, to events at the Richmond Convention Center, the Coliseum, & VCU’s Siegel Center. You can explore history & fine living at Mankin Mansion, the New Kent Winery, & the waterfront district of Rocketts Landing, or take the family for a day of fun & education at any of the numerous history museums. Business travelers appreciate our Richmond hotel’s proximity to businesses such as Dominion Resources, Hewlett Packard, Million Air, Philip Morris Research Center, Qimonda, & Smurfit-Stone. You can utilize our business center, five meeting rooms, free Internet access to meet your business needs. This new hotel offers much more than other Richmond hotels, as we feature an indoor pool & a 24-hour fitness center. You can satisfy your hunger without breaking your budget at the 1607 Bistro & Bar, our on-site restaurant & lounge where kids can eat for free. Book with us today to reserve your Sandston, VA hotel room near Richmond’s culture, history, & all the area has to offer! ***************************************************************** Hotel and Resort photography & video by PhotoWeb …
Jack Berry of the Richmond Convention & Visitor’s Bureau talks about Richmond, Virginia’s first class accommodations from hotels, first class meeting and convention space and Greater Richmond’s easy accessibility Video Rating: 5 / 5
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This is the grave of CSA Major General Samuel Jones – Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. With the outbreak of the Civil War, Jones would command the artillery at the First Battle of Bull Run. He would be promoted brigadier general on July 21, 1861. Later he would command the Department of Western Virginia and the District of South Carolina. He was promoted major general on March 9, 1862.