Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Frederick
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and discrimination and consequently decayed. There’s little sign of it here, though – everywhere in Frederick seems to be nice despite it being such a gray day. The affluence of DC area probably contributes to this since Frederick is in Car commuting distance of Washington’s Maryland suburbs and even to the city by MARC trains.
Frederick’s downtown is lively and lovely, and the view from the distance on a nice day is supposed to be dominated ...
... would call him? Would things be different now if he did?
It is for this reason that I believe America needs a puppy. We need some love. We need to know that this little furry bundle of loyalty and adoration will always be there for us, will be waiting to play with us when we get home, will be saddened if we don't come home. We need it to cuddle with us when we are crying, to roll on the floor with us when we need to play, to leap up in ...
... left us with a vivid memory of the area - a lush, green, rolling landscape with white clapboard houses, fields of wheat or grazing cattle & vineyards, set under a bright blue sky - no wonder the public figures of Washington DC built their homes here to enjoy what little leisure time they had. A holiday to remember - let's hope we remember all the history we have ...
... loud. Meanwhile, Indiana Jones was playing on the t.v. in the background.
Eventually the next morning, we got everything to fit. Even after a stop at CVS for some last toiletries/pills and RMRS for new running shoes, everything fit into the pack. With Bodo's in tow, we headed to the airport. The drive to Dulles went surprisingly quick and before I knew it I was walking in with ...
... and then south heading off the highway to pass through "Bridges of Madison County" country - if you can still recall that film from all those years ago. We had a late lunch in Gettysburg and then had to do the obligatory museum tour with a live re-enactment of the battle scene. The car seemed to go OK and so we hope for a good snooze before an early start at 0700 ...