Wednesday, August 18, 2010


     What impressed me most about visiting our third President, Thomas Jefferson’s home, Monticello, was when the tour guide — a guy that could have come straight from central casting in Hollywood — said that Jefferson taught himself to be an architect and devoted his life and house-building resources to building a home that was dedicated to education.  The structure was not as majestic as I had pictured in my mind, yet it’s breathtaking view of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia, which he founded, was impressive.
     If you visit Monticello, try to go in the spring, and make sure you have a meal at Michie’s Tavern and try the fried chicken; the establishment is truly revolutionary with wholesome, southern cuisine.

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