Hilton Garden Inn Frederick
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... Confederate victory, but one insufficient for them to achieve their goal of overrunning Washington in time before Union troops returned for its defense. One of the great things about Monocacy compared to other Civil War battle sites, especially Gettysburg, is that every place I went I was the only one there.
I knew little about Frederick despite passing through its outskirts on US-15 several times between my home in Manassas and my parents’ house in New York in ...
... picked up the car, a black Chevrolet spark, did my first drive on the wrong side of the road, turned right at a red light (USA's only good contribution to motoring). Now staying with the lovely Hannah and Andrew for a couple of nights, J and Drew are out getting food and booze, ready for our first night of in house drinking in the states. ...
... Our first four hotels all have kitchens. I like the idea of picking up some seafood and cooking it up in delicious ways
... to drink... beer ;-)
This morning I also planned part of the rest of my trip.
I found "Bingen", a little town along the Columbia river (which is also the border between the states of Oregon and Washington), 1 hour to the east of Portland, close to the woods. I booked a hostel there, and I think that if the weather is sunny, it will be marvellous. Cold but marvellous ;-) And if the weather is bad, ...
... s. I let fly at their gate agents. So unprofessional. Last time I fly with Air France. They had no other flights (we could have gotten out on others if they had just given a no-bs estimate of the delay or magnitude of the mechanical problem).
I went home dejected, demoralized and exhausted. What was to be the start of a great adventure was a false start resulting in the loss of one day of something new.