Extended Stay America - Frederick - Westview Dr.
Travel Blogs from Frederick
... 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.
... private hotel beaches. Though Bahrain is a Muslim country, it is much more moderate than other Middle Eastern countries. Women can, more or less, wear what they want (so no - I will not be required to wear a Burka or Abaya!) But most importantly for my adjustment to a new part of the world...YES, alcohol is allowed! :)
Bahrain is a Kingdom, run by the Al-Khalifa family. The crown prince actually studied in D.C., and ...
... they keep things separate, you can compress the air out of them and they keep your clothes dry -- and in this humidity that's important. We have spares.
We also brought a fair store of preventative medical supplies. In some of the locations we are going, we aren't sure as to what medical supplies might be available so we did a fair amount of overkill here. Fortunately, these take little room. On a ...
... a 4-wheel drive vehicle would be necessary today-although this was long before the advent of the latter. For instance we once traversed the heart of the Owl Mountains from the northwest clear to the Death Valley front . . . not to mention the back side of the Black Mts. and the Funerals and Grapevines in the east." -Donald Curry (accompanied Levi Noble in his mapping of the Mohave Desert)
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... THREE dollars. Hah! It's pretty sharp, too.
That evening, we headed to the house of some friends of the Bjorndals (wow, Mike, lay off the prepositions). We shared dinner, and talked about our respective jobs. Cris Rhyner, our hostess, talked a while about her experiences in India. She works for an organization called Partners in Hope (and per her request, here's the website: www.partnersinhope.us). ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed