Comfort Inn Frederick

Address: 7300 Executive Way , Frederick, Maryland, 21704, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 7300 Executive Way , Frederick, is near National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Monocacy National Battlefield, Barbara Fritchie House and Museum, and Antique Cellar.
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Travel Blogs from Frederick

Frederick - Maryland's Piedmont

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 13, 2014

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... I determined the battlefield was well worth a stop, as is the town of Frederick too once I started reading a little more on its history. The weather was gray and drizzly all day, but I didn’t feel disappointed about the conditions, since I had no plans to stop here anyway.

Why did I never hear about Monocacy? It’s a Civil War battlefield. Well, maybe one reason is that it wasn’t open to the public until 1991, the end of the year and a half I spent ...

Buy a freakin' puppy!

A travel blog entry by adamel on Sep 16, 2013

... such a thing. Sadly, it continues. Places we've never visited or sometimes even heard of are suddenly common vocabulary. Sandy Hook. Aurora. Virginia Tech. Columbine. And now, the Naval Yard. Every time it happens people debate and insist that we must find a way to stop such a thing from ever happening again.

I've heard lots of possibilities. One theory cited the dangers of bullying, or alienating members of society until they reach a ...

From Leesburg to Frederick

A travel blog entry by bushybird on May 12, 2013

... act of his helped to bring about The Civil War and divide the debate on slavery. Harper's Ferry was on the border between the North and the South and it was here that General Stonewall Jackson conducted a brilliant seige from the mountains and defeated the Unionists under General Maclellan - it was the largest surrender of Unionist troops in the Civil War. By the 20th century, John Brown & Harper's Ferry had become a symbol of ...

Hadn't Really Expected To Visit...

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 21, 2013

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... and we'd often talked about traveling together. I can't specifically recall how the topic first arose of a joint visit to South Africa, but by spring of 2012 we had already decided to all go together and plans were put into place. Given how far we were going and the diversity of things we wanted to see, advance planning was a must and clearly paid off.

We left Brambleton on the ...

Setting Sail

A travel blog entry by triciab on May 30, 2012

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... a picky eater here, but I will make a resolution to try to delve into the local tastes! ...I think....maybe.

Ok, enough of the goods for now....I guess I have to save some fun facts for when I get there. 83 days left in the country!! (My departure date is set for August 21st, though it may change by a day or two). With a 17-hour flight, I most likely won't be arriving the same day as I leave; and with the added ...