We really enjoyed this. There is more interesting history to the place than I expected. TJ did a lot of unusual things with the architecture, and many of the rooms are uniquely designed. The grounds are beautifully kept, and as authentic as they can make them to the time TJ was alive.
They are very aware of issues of slavery and freedom, and do talk about it with sensitivity to the subject.
The mountains in October are truly incredible.
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