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Travel Blogs from Manassas

Back to the Nation's capital

A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Sep 24, 2014

25 photos

... The stunning and beautiful building is a national treasure and is used for many state functions.
On our way back to our campsite we drove down Embassy Row. We were curious as to the location of the Danish embassy. It's a modern-style building located on a quiet dead-end street. Later we discovered that Hillary Clinton resides across the street. After a Danish newspaper published a number ...

We're Leavin' on a Jet Plane

A travel blog entry by spotsyinfrance on Jun 23, 2014

2 photos

... of you that are tracking us) takes off at 5:15, so we are getting close to boarding. Our last American meal was from Potbelly's, so at least we had a good sandwich to hold us over until we get our airline food ... Yum. �� We land at 6:55 a.m. tomorrow morning at Charles DeGaulle international airport in Paris ... We will update you all as we go ... But for now, on doit voir le monde!!!! Au revoir aux ...

Manassas or Bull Run the Second??

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 06, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... br> The North suffered over 10,000 casualties (mainly dead), with the South suffering 7,000. A significant victory for Lee which allowed the South to influence European powers as to the legitimacy of its Confederation States of America. The following month the armies were to meet again at Antietam (been there and done that)

This battle was far more organised than the first one and its now less of skirmishes and more of ...

Back to the USA

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Feb 20, 2014

12 photos

... buy them, but well... I was told, they are pretty popular!)
If you want to see a panoramic view of the city, head to the Old Post Pavilion, where for free you can go up to the tower. Once a post building, it was supposed to be torn down in the 1960s, but eventually it got restored and serves as a food court and an office building today. The view itself is quite nice, but not very spectacular. But I suppose it has to do with the city which lacks any skyscrapers or ...

Shutdown showtime!

A travel blog entry by daretoknow on Oct 01, 2013

10 photos

... a video if your interested in seeing what I saw, and maybe you will feel it too. Anyway I better finish up as lights start going out soon, and rummaging in the dark looking for your jim jams is no fun at all... Oh and I'm really excited too because tomorrow, on the recommendation of Mike (thank you), I am off on a ten hour train ride to Charleston (east coast) - not only am I going on a big big train for a long time but I get to go to the seaside too... Love x x ...