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Explore the mysteries of the metaphysical, find out how to become holistically whole or learn how to help usher in the new age at the Aquarian Bookstore. Along with a vast selection of books, you will find crystals and unusual jewelry, tarot cards and other gifts. Psychic readings and classes on topics like yoga and astrology are available.
The tarot reading was awful. The reader sat in the chair staring at me as if she was waiting for me to give her the reading. I spent $35 to find out my boyfriend likes to have fun and enjoy life. Also she did not see us together anytime in the near future so I should move on.... Well, things are getting better daily. We talk several times a day, had a wonderful time together this past weekend and oh yes, should I mention we are going away together next weekend.... I should have saved my $35 for our up coming trip.... however, I do think many of the store products are wonderful....
One of the two clerks was rather rude to me, while being very friendly to other customers that she knew. Maybe she was having a tough time with her own stuff but not a good vibe for a place promoting conscious thinking.
I was very impressed by the new look of this metaphysical store, which i believe have been in Richmond since early 80's. Thank you, it's a great feeling to have it back in it's original location in Carytown.
Fountain Bookstore contains many books about Richmond and the surrounding areas that are hard to find elsewhere. Topics include Thomas
Jefferson and other famous Virginians, slavery, life in the old South, plantation homes, and other attractions. Diaries and novels ...
The Hampton Inn and Suites Richmond Glenside is located 15 miles away from the Richmond International Airport. The hotel is
less than five miles away from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Edgar Allen Poe Museum or the ...
Built in 1790, this is the oldest brick house surviving in Richmond. For 45 years it was the home of
the third Chief Justice of the United States, John Marshall. Restored as a museum, it contains original home furnishings ...