Holiday Inn Manassas - Battlefield
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... White House and Washington Monument. Then we headed to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. When it opened we were one of the first ones inside for the day. The museum covers the Holocaust from 1933-1945 and shows how the Nazi party came to power. It also teaches you about the Nazi persecution, mass murder and world war the began during that time. It was saddening to know about these events in our history. One ...
... movements, so clearly both sides are more experienced by this stage. The battle was fought over a large area, seemed to me larger than Gettysburg, with each side trying to outflank the other.
Interestingly, Lincoln 'sacked' Pope after this and put McLellan in charge, only to sack him after Antietam..
Some interesting stories......
The First battle of the war at Manassas was started at the Wilmer McLean house ...
... state that we had lunch in-Newark to be exact! I digress... Whilst in the museum, we strolled around their meeting area and admired the various flags of each community. The meeting area had obviously been strongly influenced by the Guggenheim in NYC with the spiral interior space. For dinner, we ate in Chinatown....lol...its even smaller than Chinatown in Brisbane...no....smaller than Sunnybank... We don't think just because the area had an arch at the top of a street entitles ...
... was pretty sweet (minus super expensive drinks), and was a decent sized venue. I personally would have liked to see more Killer Mike (or the collab.) and less of El-P's stuff. For an idea on the collab, check out their song "run the jewels."
I checked out Georgetown, John's Hopkins, George Washington University and American University. Georgetown has a gorgeous campus, and all have ...
... certainly one of those bittersweet moments where I was thinking “I miss my bed, I miss my friends, I miss my condo, my routine…” but at the same time “I’m going to miss my family! When will I see them next? Why do they have to be so far away?” I am my mother’s daughter and could feel the tears start to well up in my eyes saying good bye to Ate Baby – but I bit them back.
Thankfully, we got a porter to bring ...