Fairfield Inn & Suites Fredericksburg
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... and lived to tell the tale, I have gathered the following information:
#1. It is hot.
#2. It will rain/you will get wet.
#3. Security is an issue while traveling.
#4. It is expensive.
#5. There will be a lot of walking.
Armed with this new intel, I decided to fit & kit myself for the journey ahead and have utilized the best that science & technology has to offer. I traveled to Gander Mountain the Samsonite ...
... windy I swear it felt like the plane landed sideways. In 2007, we went home to Michigan for my grandma's 70th birthday party. I cried the whole way there and back. That was a turbulent flight also and my sister was nervous but I think my fear was keeping her from being so scared. She read the Skymall magazine to me to keep me distracted. I am so grateful for that because I think she kept me from freaking the f$#@ out! That's the ...
... it was corny but everyone
stayed till the end. (Really, twenty-five years ago !?!)
there, Teena enlisted Chris to join in goading me to make a needed
repair to our house battery charging system. Chris takes pride in his
ability to make repairs to his own cars and he credits this to his
having worked with me on my cars. Thanks Chris, but the credit goes
to you and to ...
... I should be near Fredrick, MD. Opsy! Of course my hotel was paid for and non-refundable but I can work around it.
2nd My flights included 2 connections. I really didn’t think a whole lot about it until I was nearing Phoenix and realized that I had 30 minutes between the flights. Well of course I had to run from one end of the airport to the other carrying my very heavy camera bag on my back ...
... Details to Next Stop: We left the UMV campus around 12:30 with about an hour's drive to reach Richmond. Our next tour at University of Richmond began at 2:00. We took Route 301 south (Richmond Turnpike)--a two lane road, but there were few cars on the road and it was a great drive. We got to the campus of the University of Richmond a little late, but it is ...