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Travel Blogs from Manassas

One Hotel to Another

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 05, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... of a switch)

Went down to the battlefield Park and bought my auto tours for tomorrow so I'm ready for a big days in the car. Torrential rain expected so that's probably good......

As you can guess from the names we are in the German part of Virginia, although I did travel down Dumfries Rd for about 20 miles today.

Travelled 94 miles plus a few in Fredericksburg sightseeing......


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 ...

Freedom Trail tour - Washington DC

A travel blog entry by damichellen on Jul 29, 2013

6 photos

... Capitol Hill, the Washington Monument (which was covered in scaffolding), the Vietnam memorial wall and the Lincoln Memorial. I was shocked by the length of the wall and the number of names on the Vietnam wall. A lot of Americans died in that war and all their names were on the wall. Row after row after row of names. Very sobering. The Lincoln memorial was very impressive. A giant Abraham Lincoln sits in a chair inside it alongside engravings of his Gettysburg address and ...

Back to the USA

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 27, 2013

4 photos

... praying for me :). The bad part was that my bags ended up being on top of other bags on the belt so I kind of had to pull and grab more than I would’ve if they had just landed normally… but no problems and I was able to do it all by myself! The sucky part was because I declared food, I had to have my bag run through the machine and they had to open the bag up. Luckily, we only really packed one suitcase with food (and my carry on) so they ...

When I was 15

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 02, 2013


... these are pretty darn inviting to me! J

Before I begin my blog, I would like to give each of you lovely readers a lesson in Tagalog (the main dialect of the Philippines) because there will be many words (family titles mainly) that I will be using in my blog posts. So here we go:

Lola (Lo-La) / Lolo (Lo-lo): Grandmother and grandfather

Tita (tee-ta)/ Tito (tee-toe): Aunt and Uncle

Nanay (na-neye – like “eye” at ...