Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg, United States

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Moving On Tomorrow- Sightseeing and Cleanup Due, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Moving On Tomorrow- Sightseeing and Cleanup Due

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... it inside and out. Neither truck nor 5th wheel looked dirty, only dusty until we got rained on while traveling to Fredericksburg. Talk about instant mess. The rest of this day is dedicated to visiting with our neighbors, having the dogs exercise us and ...

Heading for Hill Country, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Heading for Hill Country

A travel blog entry by katemoore

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Today was a day of driving......passed through the dry country and into the hills and ...

My Study Abroad Experience, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

My Study Abroad Experience

A travel blog entry by moverman

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    Deciding to spend three months living in London is probably one of the best decisions I have ever made. I had an abosolutely amazing study abroad experience. I feel like I have taken so much from my experience abroad back into my ...

Hello from Dullas!, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Hello from Dullas!

A travel blog entry by a_teen_abroad

 Hey everyone I'm in the airport, and in my gate. Our flight leaves at 5:14. We should be boarding shortly.   There was a Starbucks by our gate so I bought a iced coffee, and got comfy.   More from Paris   ...

Pre trip rally-Day 1, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Pre trip rally-Day 1

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors

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The unofficial start of the trip was on Monday. This is the day we made our way to Fredericksburg for the June rally of the South Texas Renegades. There were several member coaches already in the park when we arrived, so we unofficially started the rally. ...

Frederickburg & Garrison Bros.bourbon distellery, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Frederickburg & Garrison Bros.bourbon distellery

A travel blog entry by gvw

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Travelled back to San Antonio and picked up Mark's car. Travelled in a north westerly direction to Fredicksberg. Lovely old buildings as in their day.  We went to Garrison Brothers distillery,  in the arvo. We did a tour, tasted some ...

Tourist Zone and Heading Home, Fredericksburg,  United States travel blog

Tourist Zone and Heading Home

A travel blog entry by alex.delguidice

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Daily Note: Bus driver: Has anyone seen Joe's bag? It has a USA flag on it. Random guy: I think Joe from the US is fucked. --------------- Sunday morning after around 3 hours of sleep and a night of drinking is rough. Cat and I were woken up my alarm ...

Baltimore & Mount Vernon, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Baltimore & Mount Vernon

A travel blog entry by janicewilson44

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Yesterday, Sept 30 we took the train into Baltimore & took a sightseeing tour. Today we toured the George Washington Estate at Mount Vernon. I posted ...

Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Fredericksburg

A travel blog entry by carolleturcotte

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... de ces immigrants à Fredericksburg.   D'après les dépliants, il y aurait plus de 700 structures historiques importantes à Fredericksburg. J'ai pris beaucoup de photos sur la rue principale, mais comme je ne marchais pas en suivant le plan, je ne ...

Sis gets married, Fredricksburg, United States travel blog

Sis gets married

A travel blog entry by imabaaadman

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My sister Tami gets married to Bob out in Fredricksburg. Good times and good people. I love weddings....sniff ...

To North Carolina, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

To North Carolina

A travel blog entry by lagalag1

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Had  breakfast in the hotel.Learned from the Weather Channel that a storm is possibly coming to the Outer Banks,North Carolina.Decided to cancel our plans for the Outer Banks. Stopped at Weldon,North Carolina for lunch.Ate at Ralph's ...

Civil War tour Day 22, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Civil War tour Day 22

A travel blog entry by bmitch7774

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... , VA area Battlegrounds.  We left the RV Park at 8:30 am.  Our first destination was the downtown Fredericksburg Historic district.  We heard that Fredericksburg was the boyhood home of George Washington.  His father, Augustus, had a ...

Blue Ridge Parkway, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Blue Ridge Parkway

A travel blog entry by cgunner

... ' and seeing some period music and houses. All good, even if we did miss out of so much by trying to squeeze it into one day. We drove up the Interstate to a small turn off near Fredericksburg and stopped in a motel and had surf and turf for ...

Extraordinary Men, Fredricksburg, United States travel blog

Extraordinary Men

A travel blog entry by eightydaze

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We opted to get a leisurely start, assuming our Mt Vernon experience would be similar to that of Monticello and that we would be able to make our way through it easily in half a day. Arriving at Mount Vernon late morning, we discovered quite a ...

Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania

A travel blog entry by sethfield

One of our first stops (probably after at least an overnight in Silver Spring) was Fredericksburg, VA where we visited with the Verboskys from Holy Trinity and toured the battlefield as well as some of the Spotsylvania battlefield sights. I'm pretty sure ...

Day trip to frederricksburg, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Day trip to frederricksburg

A travel blog entry by rlkefauver

Took a drive to cute little German town in TX, had a great lunch at Burger Burger, burgers were really really good and the onion rings were amazing! Kyler feeling under the weather hope he bounces back soon... Sorry no pic... Sooooo should have gotten ...

Texas Hill Country, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Texas Hill Country

A travel blog entry by ukcat

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... a large dancehall.  Motorcycle riders are in abundance and if time permitted it would be a good weekend activity. One of Fredericksburg’s favorite sons was Admiral Chester Nimitz.  Born in 1885, he fought in both WWI and when WWII ...

Climbing in E-Rock, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Climbing in E-Rock

A travel blog entry by westtsai2006

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Close to the little town of Fredericksburg, there lies a wonderful park called Enchanted Rock.  The park is named after a large pink, granite dome that stands 425 ft tall.  The park has mostly trad routes but we found few really fun climb on ...

Fredericksburg, VA, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Fredericksburg, VA

A travel blog entry by gantmj

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Day one, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Day one

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors

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We pulled away from the house about 15 minutes earlier than we had planned, but that was OK. All the boys were buckled in and playing on their KINDLES or phones (when I was young we had to read books, color on pages, or just look at the scenery). We ...

Leg 1, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Leg 1

A travel blog entry by tennyp

We just spent a couple of days hanging out with relatives before continuing on to our Gold Wing ...

Plans, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Plans

A travel blog entry by dglasser23

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We are gearing up for our trip! Miriam and Pete have set up a great itinerary: double decker buses, BBC studio tour, River boat to Greenwich, Matilda -- the musical, road trip to the countryside, local markets, and high tea!!!! Can't wait!!! I'll try to ...

Nature Trail, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Nature Trail

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle

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(Remember, click on the FIRST picture IN the article to expand and see ALL pictures and comments) Harlan June 6, 2016-Mon Pete and I stayed at the RV Park and started on pre-move tasks in preparation for our leaving Fredericksberg for Houston ...

Back to Funland, Fredericksburg, United States travel blog

Back to Funland

A travel blog entry by mari-travel_40.

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So after making up and giving a peace offering to my mother, we decided to head back to funland and try miniature golfing.  I feel that golf is not a sport. But I am game.  It was so humid.  I was terrible, but I had a great ...

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 ...

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