Candlewood Suites Manassas
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... his own children rather than confront our common humanity. Thomas Jefferson lived a life that the 21st century American cannot comprehend.
After lunch, we caught the shuttle that took us up the hill to the front steps of Monticello. Jefferson was a man who wanted everything “state of the art” and his home reflects his tinkering and inventiveness. He loved books, he loved writing and he loved to entertain guests and ...
... br> boy in a suit came to share my bench, we both smiled and nodded. Andy Brown had
just joined as staff in the White House and was an absolutely cute and adorable
company. So we sat for about five minutes, I praised him for what he was doing,
he praised me for what I was doing and both wished each other success and just
like that became friends.
So I had planned that since I was so tired, I'd go home,
rest for a while and then head towards ...
We got up at 5:45am with our usual ritual of me having to kick Tim repeatedly to wake up; as I have to do every week day morning at home. Before leaving our room, I found myself putting my newly purchased make up in the safe; as Tim looked at me with a mixture of puzzlement & horror (that he may have just witnessed me going crazy) I justified myself by saying it was the most I'd ever spent on cosmetics & I didn't want them to be stolen. There, I actually said it ...
... light poles adorning the paved areas. From there we carried on through the mall to the Museum of American history. There weren't many people inside so we were able to wander around and view the various exhibits easily. They had a full room dedicated to the flag and its history including the original flag with 15 stars on it. It measured 30 x 34ft and was 200 years old. It inspired Francis Scott Key to ...
... wave after wave of troops to take a difficult position in the 'deep cut'. This was a large gulley open to all sides. Just as he was beginning to make an impression Lees other half (Longstreet) arrived and overwhelmed the North. Without a last stand by some New Yorkers and Pennsylvanian's Pope would have lost his whole army on the final day. This battle finished on Henry Hill like the last one, except this time the North had the ...