Not much noise and no traffic so going for a walk or run is enjoyable for the most part. If you're not familiar with the area, signage is somewhat lacking to understand how to go further north after the end of the mostly flat (a few stairs appear periodically) southern section (climb the old wood stairs, turn right to cross... 更多
The canal walk stretches for about a mile along the waterfront and its numerous historic buildings. The lower end goes along an old train trestle and underneath a triple main-line railroad crossing, which has the distinction of being the only one still in operation in the entire world. Just past this is where canal boat tours are available, and then... 更多
Love this historical tour of richmond. The boat captains are great and stories are so much fun and they love talking to you abiuyt what they know. If this is your first time to rva its a cheap history lesson you should not miss
Water was higher than usual during this visit. With all of the hurricane Matthew's threat it was interesting to see all of the flood walls installed along the length of the James River.
We enjoyed the canal walk. It takes a long time to get from one end to the other, so we didn't do the entire walk, but definitely worth the time. Plenty of locals and tourists alike, and yes there are Pokemon everywhere per my daughter. Being from the NYC area we found this especially nice, since it was urban but... 更多