Best Western Battlefield Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... to the Visitor’s Center and decided to take the 11:00 a.m.Ranger Talk tour of the battlefield. The volunteer guide was very detailed and interesting; however, the wind was so strong it was difficult to hear at times. His talk outlined the day of the battle, with a brief outline of the events leading up to the day (July 21, 1861) and how Presidents Lincoln and Jeff Davis amassed their armies, calling up volunteers from ...
... us to Manassas, as our plan would be to tour the battlefield tomorrow. Another long and winding road, but a bit better than the road between Appomattox and Monticello. We made it to the Hampton Inn by 7:25 (Josie called it on the dot!) and settled in.
A TGI Friday’s was conveniently located right next door, so we opted for that for our dinner spot. Josie was tired and a bit hungry (as Mac coined it, “Hangry”) but she agreed ...
... and the oldest victim was 71 and many in between.
We then got back on the Met and got off at the Arlington Cemetery. This is where the Nation's veterans are buried. Probably the most visited Section is Section 45 where President John F. Kennedy and his family are buried. The disappointing thing was part of this memorial was under maintenance and was fenced off but we could still see the plaques for JFK, his wife Jackie, son Patrick (I think he lived for ...
... their bread from the sweat of other men's faces, but let us judge not, that we be not judged. The prayers of both could not be answered. That of neither has been answered fully. The Almighty has His own purposes."
Out front was a lit stand and it was nice to chat to Spencer while Helen spoke with the two sisters. They were usually in the middle with two lit carts but today respectfully withdrew a little distance as there was a US ...
... He then decided to move his family to the safety of another house he owned at Appomattox Station, further South. The kitchen of this house saw the surrender of Gen Lee. Wilmer then claimed the war started in his front room and finished in his kitchen!!!!
Captain John Gibbon emerged as an excellent artillery man fighting for the North. His 2 brothers fought with the South. At one battle he suggested that they met under a flag ...