When I first moved here and started blogging about Charlottesville, I planned to talk about the various communities, one at a time, and bring you my thoughts about these communities.
WELL...that's proved to be difficult as my work has taken me to so many different communities....from the Wintergreen Mountain area to the flatlands of Spring Creek in Gordonsville.
What I've learned is that I love them all! That being said, I will point out some of our community highlights, rather than talking about historical places, which I will go into in a later blog.
So, if you are visiting Charlottesville and you like to shop, you can't miss the Barracks Rd. Shopping Center! It's got everything from video game stores to one of a kind novelty shops like Plow and Hearth and The Virginia Shop. You'll also find your favorites like Talbots, Chico's, Old Navy, and McDonalds. Drive carefully, it's very busy—all the time!
Our Fashion Square Mall is normally bustling, and it is anchored by J.C. Penny, Belk, and Sears.
Besides these large shopping areas, all along the Seminole Trail (Route 29) you'll find everything you could possibly want from soup to nuts (literally—Virginia has peanuts in every form).
Along Route 250 toward Afton Mountain (please stop for the view), you'll find the Rockfish Gap store. This is a treasure chest of old and new that will keep you "shopping" for a while.
Peach Orchards, Strawberry Picking, Farmer's Markets.....they're all here.
Every weekend you can wander East or West and find something new to do and discover. I have!
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