Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Frederick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Woke to beautiful red dawn, rain all cleared. We called the shippers again, more excuses. Just about to get on shuttle to town when they called and said customs had cleared the Boomer. Took a taxi to A1 Escorts!!! They escorted John into the dock and then out again in the Boomer. All pristine, no damage or pilfering, much to our relief. After getting fuel, water and food, we were on the ...
... because they booked it. Senegal Air wouldn't tell us anything except the small amount of info on their website. It ended up being fine all the way. The Senegal Air flight was cancelled and provided by Brussels Airlines 36 hours later. They have the same sport equipment exemptions, though none of the airlines actually measured the linear length of any of our bags.
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Much colder today but still bright & sunny. Our first stop this morning was for a bit of retail therapy at the local Mall. I did well at Loft with a summer outfit and a pair of All Star baseball pumps. Mike bought 3 shirts, two of his all time favourites at Ralph Lauren and another light summer one at Crew. So success all round. Our next stop was Harper's Ferry - the journey from Leesburg was along another undulating byway with ...
... able to look them over. We hung around a little while and then headed for Little Italy for dinner.
We checked out a few restaurants in Little Italy. We were a bit early for dinner and several were closed and Bill didn't like anything on the menus of the rest. We wound up eating in a Whole Foods in the neighborhood. We then headed home for the evening.
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