Holiday Inn Express & Suites Manassas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the dining hall then enjoyed a mandatory fire drill in the dorms at 6:30. After that we spent time in bible study followed by a time of team building and game playing. With showers and an early lights out we rested up to get ready for day 2.
FYI..... we have an amazing group of kids at ...
... the Henry House, where the Union army aimed their cannons, mortally wounding an 85-year old woman. The statue of Stonewall Jackson was impressive, overlooking the Union and Confederate cannons. This is the very site where “Stonewall” Jackson was given the nickname. “Look at Jackson, he is standing there like a stonewall.”
We visited the Gift Shop, purchasing our ornaments and a few t-shirts. Mac ...
... my landlord
gave me a grand tour and even helped me with my bags till the first floor which
he didn't need to nor would I have expected considering his age. I settled-in
in a matter of moments. I had been very proper with my packing and would always
keep clothes for laundry at the bottom of my suitcase and the clothes I'd need
for that city right on top. I was in US for 3 weeks and did all sorts of
weathers and yet had managed everything in one decent ...
... sites to be seen. I managed to get into 'tourist central' from the station after some careful discussions with the locals, and had around 3 hours to soak up as much up as possible. I marched around 5th and market street bouncing between the Liberty Bell Museum, the Independence monument, grave of the unknown soldiers and the visitors centre where I read up about the underground railway during the time of slavery, as well as the struggle fought for the abolition of slavery. ...
... to the hotel until 9:20 and by the time were finished journaling all together we didn’t get to tape kids in their rooms until 10:15. Now it is 2:30! Writing this blog is just too much fun and too important! WE miss you all and want to make sure you can travel vicariously with us!!! :)
So until next time, we will be drifting...
Love, hugs and girly kisses-
the flyin’ dandelion (and my mini dancing dandelions)