Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Fredericksburg
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Hopefully this quick test day will work and I will manage to update my blog as I travel. Today the snow has decided to fall and New York has been rather cold, sphincter tighter comes to mind for collecting the bikes tomorrow for the start of my adventure! Decided to blog rather than bombard Facebook, updates will be sporadic, cheers T.
... getting the DDP, especially after all is said and done the DDP only works at certain places. If you want to go to one of the higher end restaurants one night then it counts as meal credits instead of one.
So our plan of attack is this: Some days we will load up on cheap breakfast stuff at the resort in the morning and eat light through the day & evening or eat light during the day and have a big dinner (like on my birthday). Something tells me there will be lots of ...
Celebrating 4th of July is different and I was game for anything. We decided to hang out at the birth place of George Washington. It was a very very warm day, but people were dressed during the time America won their independence. People were dancing. No ...
... I was half asleep and not really with it and said ok (which I would have done anyway) but I didn't get to mention my tv didn't work either. I was planning on sitting in the middle seat after I took a nap to watch a movie. When they came by a hour later with food/drinks, I explained my tv wasn't working and would it be possible to get a free beer in return, she said no because there was one seat on the entire plane open with a tv working. ...
... settled in to fight the Union army. After we walked the road, we visited the
Park Service Visitors Center.
Our next stop was the Chancellorsville Battlefield. This is where Confederate General Stonewall Jackson was shot by friendly fire. The next two battlefields were just drive-bys, as most of the land has been developed. There is a Civil War ...