Courtyard Fredericksburg Historic District

Address: 620 Caroline Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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      Approaching Holy Ground

      A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Sep 28, 2013

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      ... to GPS and smart phones. The mystery and excitement is stolen when these devices are relied upon solely.
      Everywhere we go we cross hallowed ground of men who paid the ultimate price in order for our country to survive and for all men to realize their full potential of freedom in a free country.
      We had to go to our new favorite car rental company, Enterprise, and, because of getting the very last car of 80 at this location and ...

      Blue Ridge Parkway

      A travel blog entry by cgunner on Nov 15, 2012

      ... had to change our plans, so we swapped one piece of American history for another, and headed to Williamsburg for the living history museum in the town. We enjoyed the actors around town, hearing from 'Thomas Jefferson' and seeing some period music and houses. All good, even if we did miss out of so much by trying to squeeze it into one day. We drove up the Interstate to a small turn off near Fredericksburg and stopped in a motel and had surf and turf for ...

      Hello from Dullas!

      A travel blog entry by a_teen_abroad on Apr 01, 2012

      Hey everyone I'm in the airport, and in my gate. Our flight leaves at 5:14. We should be boarding shortly.
      There was a Starbucks by our gate so I bought a iced coffee, and got comfy.
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      My Study Abroad Experience

      A travel blog entry by moverman on Mar 26, 2011

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      ... that London is this huge international melting pot of a community and people from all around the world come to live here. The study abroad program at the University of Westminster was no different. I met people from Russia, Brazil, Ukraine, Mexico, Taiwan, India, Vietnam, Germany, Japan, Sweeden, France, Ireland, and the list goes on. I learned from each of these people about the place they came from and the traditions ...

      5 days left!

      A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Mar 22, 2010

      ... especially when it comes to Chile because Megan can tell me what's really going on firsthand. Megan and Chris have been going on with their daily lives: working, socializing and even hosting visitors these past few weeks. Not to mention they are hundreds of miles from where the epicenter was (think natural disaster in New York and living in DC or NOVA - thats how far we're talking). I trust them as two of my closest ...