Hampton Inn Stafford/Quantico & Conference Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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We had already delayed our trip due to another wicked snowstorm and below zero temps with nasty wind chills. But finally sunday at sunset, we packed up the cars and brought the cat to Sandy Hook. The winds off Noyes pond were worst we had ever seen with serious whiteouts where you could see NOTHING! Monday AM, I checked the weather channel casually …
... take my 5 year old sisters down to the store for something my mom needed. For 3 years, I attended Japanese school. The memories I have of Japan, will never fade and will always be in my heart. As sad as it is, with DoDEa schools in Japan not being very good with education, it was time to return home. We left July 8, 2014. We stayed the night at a lodge and my dads co-worker rented a bus (yes a big bus for a family of 5 ...
We started off early this morning and met up with a local guide Kirk Johnson who spent the day taking us around all the sites in DC. He has an abundance of information and we all learnt so much.....what a history buff!!! First stop was Arlington Cemetery where we had a walking tour for a couple of hours. There are over 430,000 buried and each grave plot holds 3 family members. There are 5000 unknown soldiers buried. Presently 25-30 are buried ...
... to present days and accompany traditional songs and dances are: string instruments such as the tabouras, violin, lyra (of Crete, Pontos and Thrace) and santour; wind instruments such asthe klarino, gaida,zournas, tsabouna, and percussion instruments such as the daouli,defi, and touberleki. In addition, more recent instruments that came with the immigrants of Asia Minor that settled in Greece include the bouzouki, baglamas, and tzouras. Karagouna is a ...
Even though Virginia Tech is a familiar place, it's still around four hours from home! But for Ken especially, a familiar four hour drive. So we journeyed home, trying to coax all kids of reminiscing and recalling facts and details about the trip from the kids' brains (now addled, as you can imagine). What was their favorite place? Favorite animal? Coolest city? You get the idea.
So it went, all the way home, and we even took pictures of the ...