Hampton Inn Manassas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Manassas
Really nice for an overnight stay.
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Anyway after our super hot visit to Washington we carried on with our road trip.
Moving on to Manassas, just like the Union army before us, some 35 miles outside Washington.
In retracing the steps of the Union army in 1861 we felt tomorrow at Bull run would be a good place to visit.
Jane started to race the trains that …
We started out this morning about 11;30am and headed into downtown Annapolis to shop and get some breakfast. As it turned out only James and I enjoyed coffee, egg and sausage muffin and a cinnamon ring at the local bookshop.
Jane and Meg shopped, bought earrings and missed the food. However they were repeat albeit in a different way. …
... and he had told me some pretty bad stories of heat and bug bites that I didn't think he wanted to relive. To my surprise, he agreed that it would be a pretty cool trip to take. Although he doesn't have much family left there, I have a TON and we knew that if we wanted to start a family of our own any time soon, this was the perfect opportunity for us to go there and meet each others family! We then decided that since we were on that side of ...
... Lots of St. Patty’s revelers, but they weren’t making too much noise. We waited about 10 minutes for a table. The kids loved the bucket of peanuts on the table. It reminded us of Jacks or Better growing up. Josie and Cheryl split a steak, Mac tried nachos, and Mark had a salad. An okay meal, but nothing to write home, or blog, about.
Back at the hotel, we tucked in for the night.
Tomorrow: Mount ...
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