The Schooler House Bed & Breakfast
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... place to store your room key, which from what I have read is really all you need to take with you in the park seeing how your reservations, purchases, admission tickets & everything are all tracked by the one card. We were kind of hoping we would be able to try out the new Magic Bands, but it looks like they are still Beta testing those and I guess they don't want to give it to us people down in steerage because it's only available now for people staying at the higher ...
... of the War of Northern Aggression (aka Civil War). For example, US Hwy 1 in and around Fredericksburg is identified as the Jefferson Davis Hwy. Other roads are named like the “Blue and Gray.” We have seen signs for Battlefield this and that, such as Battlefield Motors and even Battlefield Dental of Fredericksburg. We are not sure if we would want to use a dentist that claims “battlefield” as part ...
... the headquarters for General Meade and General Lee. Reaching the Confederate capital of Richmond, VA seems nearly impossible when listening to the battle descriptions on our CD. The destruction of the town was truely sad and a typical result of war. Couldn't help but make comparisons to Afghanistan war reports we hear during the past ...
... we moved to Fredericksburg, which is the last hotel before we return to New York tomorrow. We make the journey tomorrow morning to Ronald Regan airport at Washington DC before heading on the underground to catch the Amtrak train to New York.
A few pictures from Monticello below.
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... every track. We found all seven located in the park, a record for us.
One of the trails went along the bay with a nice view over the bay. Another one ended in a bird blind with a view over Kane's Creek. Very nice, and we did see some birds. On one of the trails we met another family geocaching. That is the first we ever met any other geocachers.
After finding the seven cashes (two were not Geocaches, one of these were a Terracache) we drove to another ...