Comfort Suites Manassas Battlefield Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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What an exciting morning it was! The kids (and adults) were full of energy and ready to go. We got on the road and made great timing. Because of the rain we opted to not go to Pickett Fort. We went straight to the dorms and they let us ch3ck in early. Everyone got unpacked and settled in. We had a ...
... overrun by blue uniformed confederates. Confusion reined as political officers were overruling more experienced officers and the general terror that comes from confronting battle in its harsh reality.
The talk lasted around an hour, and the kids were ready to bolt. The battlefield is one huge rolling field that seems to go on forever, so they just wanted to run in the sun and who can blame them? We walked around, ...
... its romance. I mean who can forget how Jenny screams out
to him at the Memorial and runs through the lake.
I landed in DC early evening and reached the house I was
going to live in by about 6pm. I was greeted and welcomed by an elderly
gentlemen and the house was absolutely perfect. It was almost a mansion and had
3 more rooms to rent out and the house was fully booked. Each room was well lit
with white upholstery, a homely feel and an air of comfort. ...
It feels like ages ago now, that I slept straight through the three alarms I had set to help get me to my Amtrak train on time. Scuttling out the door at a frightening pace, I made my train on time and 'swoosh' it pulled out of the station....Philadelphia bound. Phili as its affectionately known, is a good place to visit if you want to get to grips with some of the history surrounding how the USA came into being. The capital of the United States used to be Phili and so there is some ...
... incredible at night in the rain) and they reflected of a marble wall which had white ghost like faces all over it representing all of the lives lost in that war. There was also a striking image of a German Shepard which several students spotted. The reflection of the 19 men (making 38 total) represents the 38th parallel where Korea was divided. I would have loved to study the images on the wall during the day but we had to run.
We didn’t ...