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... place to store your room key, which from what I have read is really all you need to take with you in the park seeing how your reservations, purchases, admission tickets & everything are all tracked by the one card. We were kind of hoping we would be able to try out the new Magic Bands, but it looks like they are still Beta testing those and I guess they don't want to give it to us people down in steerage because it's only available now for people staying at the higher ...
... her professional trade name.
We visited the Fredericksburg National Military Park and enjoyed a driving tour of various sites. It was rainy and very few others were out and about, so we had the cannons and battlefields pretty much to ourselves. This makes it even easier to envision the artillery crews working while the infantry are digging in behind trenches and barricades still visible now.
We then drove a ...
... the geothermal power plant. It's a big pool/lake with multiple entires. They have a spa and bar on the water and the bottom of it is covered in volcanic ash/rock and silicon. We coasted over to the silicon area in the water. You are supposed to apply it to your face. I think I went overboard and got it all in my eyes... I wanted the full experience of 'exfoliating'my skin lol. I might have just been being goofy. We stayed in the water for ...
... Fitzhugh. It stood in the middle of a Plantation. During the Fredericksburg Campaign, it served as a Union headquarters and telegraph communications center. A hospital was also established there to treat casualties from the battle. From there, we went back across the river to view the sunken road. This road was lined with walls built of granite blocks. This was where ...
... customs even looked at me and said: "Welcome back" - haha, he said it in a way that was like "Thank goodness you're back!" :)
I got to my gate for my flight to Dulles about 30 minutes before it was supposed to start boarding... long story short, I was supposed to leave at 7:30am, but didn't end up leaving at 8:30am. I finally did make it to DC though. Funny thing was I had drank an entire smoothie before I got on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility