Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg, United States

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Civil War sites, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Civil War sites

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey

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... war battles and history there is much American Indian history about Hiawatha. It was part of the Confedreate  southern states After breakfast we  wandered around looking in interesting old antique shops. Everything is so old and so much cheaper ...

Getting ready to fly to SE Asia, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Getting ready to fly to SE Asia

A travel blog entry by chuckhillig

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Well, I'm heading off to Bangkok and Phnom Penh on Monday, the 17th.   Will be first flying east to Abu Dhabi where I plan to hook up with a new American friend, George.   He'll be flying into Abu Dhabi from JFK, and then we'll both be sharing ...

Pictures, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Pictures

A travel blog entry by montgomeryr3

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I had the sausage sampler and an Enchanted Rock Ale. This was our first time to eat here. It has since become one of my favorite restaurants/bars. We didn't see any wildlife. It was chilly and there were a few people at the park. It was Sunday ...

Shopping in Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Shopping in Fredericksburg

A travel blog entry by kimber.43

I love spending a day in the town.  Fun shopping and really good restaurants, plus a great ice cream and fudge ...

Southern Fried Gentlemen, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Southern Fried Gentlemen

A travel blog entry by gazzatron

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HISTORY! It's not something America has a lot of, what with it being founded in 1975 and everything. So when they DO have some sort of past they like to make a huge deal of it, with monuments and statues and fountains and pillars and all sorts of other ...

Traffic Jam, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Traffic Jam

A travel blog entry by eightydaze

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... symbolism.  They then moved us into the original House of Representatives where it houses statues gifted by various States.  The statues represent a person of significance for the state in which it was gifted from.  They also have ...

Must come to an end, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Must come to an end

A travel blog entry by mari-travel_40.

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So the evening has arrived that it is soon time for me to go home.  Everything must come to an end, even though I am sad I know that I had created good memories.  My mother said sorry, and I gave her a peace offering - her favorite ...

Everything but the kitchen sink!, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Everything but the kitchen sink!

A travel blog entry by brookfamily

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Jodie:   Okay, so it's nearly time for the trip to begin and the big question is, "What do we pack?" Jason and I are both very organized and we both hate to think of leaving anything behind that we may have need for. We have two suitcases, one for ...

Maryland, West Virginia, DC & Virginia in two days, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Maryland, West Virginia, DC & Virginia in two days

A travel blog entry by jimh22854

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... West VA hardly counts though as it was just from my going into Harper's Ferry for breakfast. I currently am south of DV in Fredericksburg awaiting the opening of the post office. Waiting for me there are my next set of maps. I am planning to head ...

Run the Gauntlet, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Run the Gauntlet

A travel blog entry by ndsquirrel

... to the VSGA Scholarship program, so you can feel good about contributing to charity.  Today, I am playing the Gauntlet in Fredericksburg. The Gauntlet is nestled in Curtis Memorial Park.  In the few times that I have played this course, I ...

National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

National Museum of the Pacific War

A travel blog entry by travelagain

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... German restaurants.  This area was originally settled by German immigrants and many streets and roads have German names. In fact Fredericksburg is named for the Kaiser.  The meal of schnitzel, sauerkraut, spätzle, and red cabbage were good, ...

Rock climbing & Swimming, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Rock climbing & Swimming

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors

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... to have hamburgers for dinner, but I decided I did not want to cook, so  we ended up going to Pizza Hut in Fredericksburg. Once again, Bob has sworn off taking kids to a restaurant since it takes a while to get the food. Besides pizza, they all ...

Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon

A travel blog entry by dmassoud

Around 8pm and we just had dinner at the Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon in Fredericksburg, Virginia. It is now only 39 degrees outside, quite the change from yesterday. We winterized the camper while we were waiting for our buzzer to light up. :-). ...

Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Fredericksburg

A travel blog entry by warnout

... by the present occupants.   Features are the National Museum of the Pacific War and the Admiral Nimitz Museum which pay tribute to Fredericksburg's famous son, Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, and the men who served with him during World War ...

Great ribs!, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Great ribs!

A travel blog entry by ronnym1

At the camp ground in Kerrville the guy who works there suggested the best ribs around were here,and they are!Just a hole in the wall if you didn't know what it was you would stay clear but it had the best ribs so far. ...

Puppy Love, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Puppy Love

A travel blog entry by eightydaze

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Well, the day before kind of did us in a little so we decided to sleep in, do some house keeping, let the kids swim and do laundry.  We were going to get together later in the day with one of Clark's old high school buddies Craig, who works for the ...

Tires, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Tires

A travel blog entry by dugnjulie

Well, here we are in Fredericksburg, Tx. We didn't get very far--Boerne--before we blew out a tire on the motorhome. We felt a vibration and Doug said "that's what it felt like the last time we threw tread on a tire" and then it went. We pulled over to ...

National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

National Museum of the Pacific War

A travel blog entry by abbyshack

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Our trip has now taken us to another time in history: World War II, specifically the Pacific Theater. Fredericksburg was founded in 1846 by German immigrants and named after Prince Frederick of Prussia. One of the founders was Charles Henry Nimitz, the ...

Just a Little Time With Some Fast Growing Boys!, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Just a Little Time With Some Fast Growing Boys!

A travel blog entry by billandteena

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October 16, 2012 from Gastonia, NC For us seven hours on the road is a lot of drive time on any given day. The last twenty miles were over two lanes roads crossing through what might be the most heavily populated deer habitat in all of Virginia. ...

Groundhog day!, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Groundhog day!

A travel blog entry by emilyr.home

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We visited Chatham house, overlooking Fredericksburg, although we didn't have long there.  I was excited to spot a large creature walking across the grass and into a bush.  It looked like a beaver, without a beaver tail.  When I looked it ...

gabwithgaudets 16, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

gabwithgaudets 16

A travel blog entry by gabwithgaudets

20 March 2006 I am sitting here in Fredericksburg writing this travelogue and I am peeved. I thought I left bad phones in Mexico. So wrong!!!! Back to Mexico...it is the 18th of Feb. We are headed to Chichen Itza. The plan is to stay behind a hotel and ...

Arcade, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Arcade

A travel blog entry by mari-travel_40.

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Before my daughter had a melt down and wanted to go home she wanted to the arcade.  I felt we could have gone to the arcade in California, but I'm up to anything so we went.  They don't give tickets anymore for us to collect.  We put all ...

Countdown to WDW has begun!!!, Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States travel blog

Countdown to WDW has begun!!!

A travel blog entry by brookfamily

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Jason:  54 days... until our joyous hearts soar through the skies on a JetBlue flight leaving out of RIC to MCO!!!   I know this because ...I have a reservation for (but not reservations about) ...12 Days at the ...

VA, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

VA

A travel blog entry by jenniferwhitmer

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Reminds us of Sisters, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Reminds us of Sisters

A travel blog entry by pegbermel

We are now in Fredericksburg,Tx.  Its a small Texas town with lots of gift stores and museums. People are very friendly.  There are a lot of German Restaurants, looking forward to eating some German food.  Plan to stay for two days an tour ...

Hill Country, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Hill Country

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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Fredericksburg is the seat of Gillespie County. It was founded in 1846 and named after the Prince Frederick of Prussia. The town is notable as the home of Texas Germans, a dialect spoken by the first generations of settlers who initially refused to speak ...

Glad to be on the road again, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Glad to be on the road again

A travel blog entry by nhsteve

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We left Washington on Tuesday and then quickly stopped in Fredericksburg to recoup and regroup. We had been out of the RV for 4 days and we had to restock the refrig, store away our clean clothes, resupply the water in the RV etc.  So we had ...

Driving!, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Driving!

A travel blog entry by doubletake

The day before I left for GA, my car starts making this clicking sound...so off to the shop it goes. The rental place gave me this one (a scion of all things) with 2 miles on it. New car and 500 miles to go, almost straight down ...

Wineries and the Pacific Combat Zon, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Wineries and the Pacific Combat Zon

A travel blog entry by travelagain

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... Skies are gray and severe thunderstorms are predicted.  Hope they are like yesterday's storms which never materialized here in Fredericksburg.  The Pacific Combat Zone is the last component of the National Museum of the Pacific War.  ...

Leaving the snow behind, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Leaving the snow behind

A travel blog entry by dougmbullock

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Left Ottawa Ontario about noon January 31, 2005. Very cold but ...

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