Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg, United States

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We like Fredericksburg and the TX Hill country, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

We like Fredericksburg and the TX Hill country

A travel blog entry by the2poes

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We had a pleasant drive from Houston to Fredericksburg and took the weekly rate at the RV park.  We arranged to have some mail (tax papers) sent to the campground so I could finish our taxes. (Thanks very much Valerie)  I finished doing our ...

The Grand Tour, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

The Grand Tour

A travel blog entry by marijka

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... I really miss my own kitties! I decided to avoid some of the tourist traffic and swung out to Harper before heading back to Fredericksburg. Once there, I sat out on the patio at Bejas Grill and had my first fish taco. Gotta say I loved it more than beef! ...

Queen of Hill Country*, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Queen of Hill Country*

A travel blog entry by marijka

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Voted one of the best small towns in the U.S. by Southern Living magaine, Fredericksburg certainly has the tourists to show for it. It's visually charming, filled with a wide variety of shops and restaurants, and surrounded by beautiful country and ...

Travel to the Hurricane, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Travel to the Hurricane

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

... he thought I was in Georgia, he wanted to just touch basis. He told me, I thought, that I should live as close to Fredericksburg as possible. I went onto the hotel site and found a place and reserved it for 3 nights. Frankly I wasn't sure that there ...

map pin, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

map pin

A travel blog entry by marijka

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No DC for me, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

No DC for me

A travel blog entry by hendrika

you guessed it...updating. ...

I'm leaving on a jet plane!, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

I'm leaving on a jet plane!

A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters

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Boy, how the last week has floe by! The bags are packed and my mother and I are both in our pre-trip anxiety. I may be nervous but I'm also very existed. Yet today I left school early today because I felt really light headed. When I came home my loving ...

Departure, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Departure

A travel blog entry by lydia157

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April 17, 2012  Good Evening! My name is Lydia and I am a Senior at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For my third and final co-op I received a scholarship called the Vidalakis Co-op in Crete allowing me to spend the next several ...

Surviving the Edges of Hurricane Irene, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Surviving the Edges of Hurricane Irene

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

Luggage arrived this morning so I could take a shower and put on clean clothes. We never realize what we have until we do not have it at all. A shower and clean clothes was just want I needed! After I ran to Target, across the street and bought a lighter ...

Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Fredericksburg

A travel blog entry by greg.mcghee

Well, here we are...the place we live today.  We've been here for 19 years and a lot has happened. Kathy and I got married, and we are happily ever after... We had a beautiful daughter, who got her Dad's brains and her Mom's looks (best of ...

Waiting for April., Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Waiting for April.

A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters

    Well Just thought I would write a little update.It's a long time until our great journey, but someday soon I will get on a great metal bird and fly to a great new place. I will see so many new things I can hardly wait. (: ...

Ups and Downs of Being Indenpendent, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Ups and Downs of Being Indenpendent

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

... car. Fortunately I won’t need one until Wed so I can buy one on Tues. omorrow morning my room is up here in Fredericksburg so I’ll need to move. When I spoke to the supervisor today he suggested that I move to Annapolis which would be lots ...

Wine country in Texas, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Wine country in Texas

A travel blog entry by pfl_guy

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... this is Texas and it is the summertime, we decided to pass until the next day. Instead we went into downtown Fredericksburg and wandered through the shops. Fredericksburg was founded in the mid 1800's by German immigrants. The German influence is still ...

Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Fredericksburg

A travel blog entry by sadbag

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... - breakfast in Country Kitchen (all you could eat breakfast buffet!) Chancellorsville Battlefield Park - Office and museum closed Wednesday. :-( Driving tour of the battlefield. Quiet afternoon and then walk through old Fredericksburg. ...

Donna,TX to Fredericksburg,TX, Fredericksburg,TX, United States travel blog

Donna,TX to Fredericksburg,TX

A travel blog entry by barratt

... and peaches not much to see. So once again a day full of nothing but miles of roads, with brief interludes for food and other necessary pit-stops and finally an overnight stay at Fredericksburg. ...

Short-cut Serendipity, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Short-cut Serendipity

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

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... local-only, non-name brand joints. Shake up our culinary road palate a bit. It was a nice start. Next door was Fredericksburg Coffee & Tea, but there were closed for remodelling. Next door to that was the Peach Basket... or... something peachy ...

Here's looking at you kid..., Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Here's looking at you kid...

A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters

    As the days start to fly by my family and I are getting more and more anxious to go.. Last night we finally sat down to watch (In my opinion the BEST romantic movie of all times) Casablanca. I know the movie is very old but to see what ...

A brief tour of Virginia's Civil War battlefields, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

A brief tour of Virginia's Civil War battlefields

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... its course Fredericksburg was captured by the Union forces; it is estimated that 100,000 Americans casualties resulted around Fredericksburg.    Richmond  Richmond was not only the Capitol of the State of Virginia, it was also the ...

Crenwelge, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Crenwelge

A travel blog entry by cmj

Jason, Darren, Ilaria, and I made the trip to the Lone Star State for Sid's wedding. We made our own fun, and it was good to see Mr. Rogers after so ...

On Your Mark, get set, go--sit in traffic, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

On Your Mark, get set, go--sit in traffic

A travel blog entry by samandluckyjo

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... very far tonight with the amount of traffic that was jamming the roadway. I started searching for places to stay closer to Fredericksburg. Funny thing about traveling is the stuff you forget happens in other places. I found a cheap place to stay but ...

Day 16: the day of meat, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Day 16: the day of meat

A travel blog entry by catblake34

... downtown Fredericksburg, where we dined on some Texan specialities (chicken fried quail) whilst listening to a live country band. Given that Fredericksburg was not quite a 24 hour type of town, we headed back home early and watched a cowboy film for the ...

Day 17: wine country, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Day 17: wine country

A travel blog entry by catblake34

... - the ingredients for which had been provided by our airbnb host. The rest of the morning was spent strolling through downtown Fredericksburg - which is mainly full of twee antique shops and gun shops. We also managed to locate a homemade pie shop...all ...

Bloggidy blog blog, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Bloggidy blog blog

A travel blog entry by andycraver

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... of the Soviet Union, Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic)is reportedly the most accessible and friendly of the Central Asian successor states. Five million people, mostly Kryrgyz, live in Kyrgyzstan, which is over 90% mountainous. The primary spoken languages ...

Making our way back to the Big Apple, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Making our way back to the Big Apple

A travel blog entry by lblack

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So last night we decided to continue our ongoing Crazy golf challenge, drawing at 4 games each, it was the big match, right up to the point one of the golf balls veered out of bounds - down the water fall and floated away never to be seen again, the ...

Texas Hill Country, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Texas Hill Country

A travel blog entry by stateside

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... goed te doen met een lekker briesje (soort van). We hebben geluncht in een oud tankstation, omgetoverd tot populaire diner in Fredericksburg en gedineerd in het bekende Blue bonnet cafe met  chick fried steak (= geen kip maar steak gebakken als kip) ...

stinky, dithered, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

stinky, dithered

A travel blog entry by andycraver

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leaving the burg tomorrow. saying goodbye to people, animals, things, landmarks today. this is the crappy part, i suppose. finally got it together enough to upload some pictures. ...

spiders the size of your fist, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

spiders the size of your fist

A travel blog entry by andycraver

... being from fredericksburg makes me feel like a bit of a city slicker when i meet tappahannockers. this is, of course, ridiculous. fredericksburg is not particularly bustling or cosmopolitan town. still, my brother and i ran into a traffic jam on a rural ...

Die große Weite oder ganz viel Nichts, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Die große Weite oder ganz viel Nichts

A travel blog entry by weltentdecker

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Nach der anstrengenden Fahrt vom Vortag, war die heutige Fahretappe zwar nicht kürzer, aber wesentlich angenehmer. Wir befuhren die Autobahn Nummer 10 quer durch Texas und wollten eigentlich nach San Antonio. Da wir jedoch für spontane ...

Home, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by jdkinley

We finally made it home.  We left Saturday morning from Sequoyah Caverns and decided the distance required we take interstates to keep on schedule.  So we hit I-59 just south of Georgia and traveled around Chattanooga, up to Knoxville, and ...

Analysis and Summary of trip, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Analysis and Summary of trip

A travel blog entry by jdkinley

We've been back a week now.  The coach has been emptied, cleaned and put back in the storage lot until next trip.  Clothes have been washed and put back on the rack or in the dresser.  Food that was bought during the trip has been eaten ...

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