Hampton Inn & Suites Fredericksburg
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historical monuments wasn’t apparent to Americans for quite a long time, so the
field where most of the carnage took place is now covered by an early 20th
century residential neighborhood. That makes it even harder to envision the
By the time I completed the drives of all four battlefields
I was feeling pretty battlefielded out. Chatham, a plantation house on a hill
across the river from Fredericksburg is also part ...
... t like corny Disney character swag so I'm going to go straight for the Disney Pin Trader. I like this idea because the pins are easy to carry, (not that it matters since we are staying in the resort all purchases get delivered to the room anyway) and for the most part they are going to be cost effective because, I just want to buy the small ones not the big ones or the light up ones or the unique/collector/rare ones that can drive the price. Mostly, I am interested in ...
... eventually lead to the enthusiastic leader running on the pressurised treadmill for all to see. The next stop was the De Matha high school campus, the number 8 team in the nation held a practice which we bared witness to as coach Trevor Cook huddled in glee with the student manager and coach about drills to bring home and players to look out for. After all this time we stopped of at the Olive Garden for dinner and enjoyed a more healthy American meal than we had enjoyed the ...
... for Zip Cars only (yeah, no idea what that means either)
Eventually a valet guy turned up, forcing us to use the service if we liked it or not, American's don't believe in signs or instructions, you should know, why don't you know?
Finally we got to the Mall:
... of an experience. It was with tears that the three of us parted on our last day. We still keep in touch though we are spread across the world; we will always be bonded by our London days.
Of all the places that I have traveled, London is by far my favorite. I feel like I fit in there, like I could live there permanantly if given the choice. Everything is so alive in London. I can't wait to go back for a second trip.