Days Inn Fredericksburg North
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Fredericksburg is a small Virginia town almost exactly half
way between Washington and Richmond, the capitals of the opposing sides during
the American Civil War. As such it would be expected to be contested territory
and was in fact the center of four separate battles over three years in the war
– Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, The Wilderness, and Spotsylvania
Courthouse. Together those four battles resulted in greater casualties than in
... decided that if I am going to get 12 days of vacation, then damn it, I'm gonna use all those days for fun! I am not blowing two whole days of my first great vacation behind the wheel of a car!
#3. (The real reason) It's the only place we could afford. Less money wasted on the room (See #1) is more money to do fun stuff!
By our calculations, worst case scenario, we may be held up a little at the airport or on the bus ride to the resort. We guess our ETA ...
... Further shena****ns from Edgar caused a rather late arrival to the game with only ten minutes remaining, non the less it was still an atmosphere to witness as the fanatical Georgetown Hoyas faithful continued chanting and raving until the very last siren. After some post game interaction it was time to head back to the hotel after a long but excellent day. It was a great way to kick off the tour as everyone seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly! Looking forward to day 2 and game day ...
... weeks... Planes confirmed and hotels are booked.... Time to git and go . Went to otter house to see some music... Jay Starling was playing.... Line at the bar was so long I left at setbreak. Not because it was crowded just that the bar was 4 deep and only 1 ...
... of was terrifying, I feel that it was the best way for me learn and it was a serious confidence booster.
Not only am I more confident in my navigational abilites, but also in my social skills. When I arrived in London, I knew no one. I was forced to push myself outside of my normal abilities to make friends. I forced bubbliness and poked my head out of my door whenever I heard conversations in the hallway. ...