Courtyard By Marriott Frederick
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We left Greece at about 4:30 this morning. I think I was too tired to let myself get too sad, so at least that worked in my favor. We stopped in Germany for a three hour layover, so we got a couple souvenirs from the gift shop, got a snack from the German McDonalds, and then just swapped photos with each other while we waited.
The flight seemed to take forever, but we finally made it home! ...
... few cannon firing from the Union forces on the Ridge. It was only a fraction of the sound and fury, the hail of bullets and canister shot the soldiers faced but even that small amount was enough for me. The fact that any soldiers made it through at all much less breaking through the Union lines even momentarily was amazing.
Trent and I tried our best to break through but alas, the outcome of the battle was the same.
... cut I wanted, she said, “Oh…yeah, we’re not going to do that. But trust me, it will look good.” And it does look good, better than I imagined it would. And if you mention I sent you, we both get a free haircut. Sa-WEET!
Today roomie asked me how I’m feeling about this trip. Excellent question. How am I feeling? Nervous, obviously. Not looking forward to the flight at all, ...
... rockers. After driving into the Washington State Park we went on to Antietam where a famous bloody battle had taken place in 1863 between the Confederates under General Robert E Lee and the Unionists under General Maclellan. In one day, 23,000 men died with 18,000 wounded, a truly awful loss of men and the worst day of the War. We meandered on through country lanes very similar to England, only the ...
... that, its so much more than the destination. ------ I sit here once again at Dulles International Airport..awaiting a flight to Paris, France and then another onto Nairobi Airport in Kenya. I can feel every sense and every endorphin coursing through my veins. I have a feeling forcing myself to sleep and pre-acclimate to the time zone change will be difficult. Its been too long and my passport has been too neglected. The Road calls. ...