Hampton Inn & Suites Frederick-Fort Detrick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I determined the battlefield was well worth a stop, as is the town of Frederick too once I started reading a little more on its history. The weather was gray and drizzly all day, but I didn’t feel disappointed about the conditions, since I had no plans to stop here anyway.
Why did I never hear about Monocacy? It’s a Civil War battlefield. Well, maybe one reason is that it wasn’t open to the public until 1991, the end of the year and a half I spent ...
... 12.30ish to go for a McDonald's, which, although cheap, massive and politely served, was almost completely the wrong order.
But, undeterred, we took our McDonald's and cooler full of beer to the local national park, skimmed stones, climbed a tree, drank a couple of beers and had a good lads afternoon. After that, home, shower and kilted ready for the off.
First bar was Joe's, had some very ...
... for us to have a day apart. He finished the day with a nap back home on the couch.
Paul and I had Spanish tonight - Paella and Sangria- two jugs. I did stop short of letting the Sangria Monster get the better of me though.
Hey I saw my first chipmunk today on Sharon and John's front porch - they are so small and cute. Sharon says there's groundhogs around too so ...
... act of his helped to bring about The Civil War and divide the debate on slavery. Harper's Ferry was on the border between the North and the South and it was here that General Stonewall Jackson conducted a brilliant seige from the mountains and defeated the Unionists under General Maclellan - it was the largest surrender of Unionist troops in the Civil War. By the 20th century, John Brown & Harper's Ferry had become a symbol of ...
... was required and we moved on.
Upon hitting the gate with a easy 2 hours to go we took a walk down the concourse and grabbed a drink and listened to a live jazz band that was playing a bit farther down from our gate.
About an hour to go we got back to our gate and settled in for the wait. What a wait it would end up being. I had had a very stressful day at work, from having to take the metro and bus in, to having ...