Fairfield Inn & Suites Strasburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn & Suites Strasburg
The inn is located strategically near fast food & regular restaurants as well as a Food Lion grocery store with plenty of options. We arrived after 10pm worrying whether we'd find a place to eat but Food Lion and Rancho Viejo were still open. The Fairfield didn't have good breakfast options, but the room were clean and cool on a hot & humid evening after one of the biggest storms to shut down the mid-Atlantic states with widespread power outages, downed trees, and damaged cell towers on 6/29/2012. We coped and we moved onto our destination, Shenandoah National Park.
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Enjoyed a nice meal at Joe's steak house as recommended at the visitor's centre. Very busy place - had to wait about 20 minutes for a table. Saw young people dressed up for a dance. Dresses with tulle skirts looking a little like ballet tutus were the favourite. Braces were the fashion for the boys. Most of the other diners were quite elderly. Wes enjoyed a Filet Mignon while I had their fish and chips served with vegetables. ...
Hi All: The Butler's are on the road again. This time going to Ireland and Scotland with our favorite cousins Judee and Tom. We are leaving this morning from Dullas at 11am and arrive in Dublin on Sunday Oct. 5th 5am. Three nights in Dublin and 12 nights in a rental house near ...
... folks have for each other.
In Strausburg there's a museum with a replica of a railroad engine that was taken by the Confederates in the "Great Train Raid" early on in the Civil War. No, they didn't drive the trains down the tracks--they took them off the tracks and hauled them with horses 20 miles on a dirt road! Quite an impressive accomplishment.
(Postnote: I later check this out and find that some historians question this ...
... reads: "Dedicated to the Sons of Clarke County who gave their lives in defense of rights of the States and Constitutional Government. Fate denied them success, but they achieved imperishible fame" hmmm... so this is the Official Government Version of why the Civil War was fought... why do I get the impression that something is missing here? What "States rights" are we talking about here? Fortunately, the reasons that the South seceded from the Union was ...
Day 327 6 hrs, 10 kms Today is the big day: I'm going to officially cross from "The North" to the "The South" on my Appalachian Superhike. I don't expect any earth shattering discoveries--but it's still a symbolic moment in my journey through America.
So after a quick walk through and a couple more photos ...