Irving Map

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222 E. 3rd St. 704/377-1500, www.hilton.com

In 2007 this 400-room AAA Four Diamond-rated hotel ($199-229 d) underwent a $25 million makeover that included adding pillow-top beds with 250-thread-count linens, updated marble and tile bathrooms, high-tech amenities like plasma TVs, alarm clocks with MP3 players, and in-room video games. The hotel is across the street from the City Convention Center, which means the guests are more shirts-and-ties than fanny packs- and-flip-flops, but it’s still a solid option for leisure travelers.

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MARRIOTT CITY CENTER OO100 W. Trade St. 704/333-9000, www.marriott.com

Like other hotels in Uptown, the Marriott has also undergone a renovation, which was completed in 2009. The $10 million facelift brought the hotel up-to-date but didn’t put it over the top compared to the competition. Each of the 434 rooms ($199-229 d) and four suites has the to-be-expected in-room amenities; some of the rooms have decent views of Uptown. The hotel also has an indoor pool and a fitness center. Savannah Red, the hotel restaurant and wine bar, is a good option for upscale dining, and the hotel’s location can’t be beat, on one of the main streets in Uptown and walking distance from all of the major sights.

So that having rested another day, we left the village Irving Map of the Akansea, on the seventeenth of July, 1673, having followed the Mississippi from the Irving Map latitude 42° to 34°, and preached the Gospel to the utmost of my power, to the nations we visited. We then ascended the Mississippi with great difficulty against the current, and left it in the latitude of 38° north, to enter another river Illinois, which took us to the lake of the Illinois Michigan, which is a much shorter way than through the River Mesconsin Wisconsin, by which we entered the Mississippi . Source: Country, Great Crises in Our History Told by its Makers, Vol. 2, Colonization Chicago: Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, 1925, 198204. Governor William Berkeley on Bacon’s Rebellion 1676 Bacon’s Rebellion was the first popular revolt in the British colonies. Led by Nathaniel Bacon, the rebellion was fueled by a perception of disenfranchisement by landowners, heavy taxes, a low financial return on tobacco, and inadequate protection from native raids in Virginia.

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