Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Frederick
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- Swimming pool
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... Washington DC area, although it was dedicated in the 1930s and land acquisition took place mostly in the 1970s. The story essentially is that the Confederates launched yet another northern campaign up the Shenandoah Valley in summer 1864 with the intent of raiding Washington, DC. Their cause was weak by that time, and the goal more to give Lincoln a political defeat that would favor his Democratic opponent, former commander McClellan, in the 1864 presidential election, to ...
... American struggle for justice and equality. Came to Frederick for the night, a nightmare of a town to get around, but after using my trusty iPad and phone in a cafe, we managed to find some accommodation at The Holiday Inn just out of town. The signs to the Visitor's Centres run out just before you get there and they shut at 5 pm just as you are getting into town! Ate at The Longhorn Steakhouse again - it was Mother's Day so very ...
... about their new start, and more "RVing" is definitely in their future. After yard sales, some house repairs (bank agreement) and about 150 boxes, the four of us capped off our 3 day turned 2 month visit with an incredible dinner at "Chathams" easily one of the top 3 restaurants at which we have ever dined.
We actually tried to sell the Camper/Trailer in Orlando thinking we could pare down a little more and operate out of a ...
... 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 ...
Saturday evening, I accompanied Steven to a Halloween party given by his neighbours, Greg and Heather. My FIRST Halloween party!! The theme was: vampires, but of course, I was not in costume. Steven was, he was the "Club Med Vampire Slayer", with the cross hanging at his neck. He won a bulb of garlic, which completed his outfit!
The decoration was so funny, really, and I took a lot of pictures, but will not publish those where people are on it, with all their funny ...