Anne Hathaway's Cottage Bed & Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... be in good hands under the watchful eyes of their grand-parents. ;)
After a few little final loose ends to tie up around the house, we'll head off this morning up to Leesburg where we will meet up with Martha and Keith, and head to Dulles airport.
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As the French say, Tchin, Tchin! (Cheers!)
... read about him on the web. Then we toured the house. It is a simple house with simple furniture with some period pieces but very little original furniture. Still an interesting place to visit. Next we went to the Cemetery where Jackson was buried. I was fascinated by the lifespan of some of the people. Many lived into their 90"s and some over 100. Surprising however there were also many ...
... I was hopeful that they would stop so we could chat but they never did. Interestingly enough we saw a number of bikers and even more interesting they were all going up hill albeit with a struggle. Some of them tittered so much I was afraid they'd fall in our path. We stopped at several lookouts and took lots of pictures. I tried to get a picture of the name of each lookout so we could know exactly where everything was taken. We'll see how ...
... old and it was huge. I can't imagine how many people it would take to encircle it. Very definitely the biggest tree I've ever seen! The mountain views were so pretty except for the towers that really took away from the beauty.
Next we headed to Monticello, home of President Thomas Jefferson. It was quite a contrast to the home of Monroe, nothing simple about that place. It was a home of change apparently as ...
... Cath experience another American tradition - attending a college football game. I found out that the University of Virginia Cavaliers were playing their intrastate rivals, the Hokies, from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, at the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville some 40 miles away on Saturday afternoon. I bought some tickets on-line and mother, Cath and I headed off for the 3:30pm kickoff on a sunny, but cold ...