Comfort Inn Quantico
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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OK, we REALLY needed a break - just stay at a place, have some family time, no sightseeing, no driving - basically do nothing! :-)
So, we used some hotel points to settle in this nice Fairfield Suites hotel near Fredericksburg in Virginia for 2 nights: a nice large room, ...
We learned how Martin's speech affected people lives. The rocks represent Martin Luther king jr. The flowers are actually blossoms but there wasn't any when we visited. People believe that the blossoms mean that his speech is still blossoming. It was really nice here and I just really liked the quotes on the walls and just walking around ...
A week in Florida in July was our next adventure. Day One : Homestead A quick overnight in Homestead after landing in Fort Lauderdale, before heading down to the Keys. Day Two / Three : Key Largo Arrived at Coral Bay Beach Resort, with its palm trees, shingle beach and beautiful sunsets. We had our first experience of snorkelling on the bay side of the Keys followed by a dip into the Atlantic side. Incredible views of fish, fish and fish We went to a local ...
... view, you feel as though this might be the same view that George himself saw in the 1700s. Reality hit as we started to make our way out to South Riding. Picture I-5 at rush hour around Ft. Lewis. We were either stopped in traffic or trying not to get run over by speeding cars and trucks. All the while Karen is trying to navigate through the maze of freeways, highways, and boulevards. Completely frazzled we arrived in front of niece Tia's house. We spent the evening ...
... but is truly an inseparable part of daily life” History of Turkish Folk Music: The Turks have lived in Anatolia and Thrace for nearly 2000 years. Along with the musical culture they brought with them from Asia, they have participated in cultural exchange with the local people in these regions. Consequently Turkish folk music in Anatolia displays a special structure comprised of several independent musical regions. As opposed to the urban ...