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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
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Couple of interesting stories I discovered.....
At the Higgerson House, Mr Higgerson had let a confederate soldier from the battle of Chancellorsville in to get treatment, he contracted smallpox from the wounded man and died. The following year his wife refused to leave their house in the middle of the battle and when one brigade on Union soldiers passed by on their way to surprise the CSA, she berated them quite coarsely and warned them that ...
... a family, with
2 beautiful daughters, all the way from Maryland, they were asking about the
parade route and I happened to be listening. Then he asked if I lived here and
I said I was from the Seattle area and they said you’re a long way from home.
I told them what I was doing riding across the country and they were amazed, the
girls probably 9-13yrs. Just shook their heads and asked why…..So ...
... am currently in the anxiety filled time just before we leave, I'm trying to keep my mind and hands busy until we board the plane in 6 hours. I love this home, and leaving it is always very hard. We are leaving everything in the capable hands of our house sitters, Jan and Ron, so I know all will be well cared for. It is just leaving that is so hard.
I know ...
... raged across the southern United States. The storm left more than 300 people dead. These people were not having the time of their lives – seeing and experiencing all that a new culture has to offer. Most were at home, many in their storm shelters, or even beds. I am not saying that they didn’t have full, complete lives – I’m sure many of them did. I am just saying that we should not live our lives in fear of ...
So finally I have a chance to update my travel blog, search the internet, and in general terms return to digital civilization. And it has only been two days! On May 26th at approximately 9:30am, I departed on my trans-American bicycle journey from Yorktown, VA to San Francisco, CA. In accordance with tradition, myself, Kiki Holl and George Grothusen - my riding partners - dipped our rear tires in the Atlantic and set off. I could not believe that what ...