Fredericksburg Hospitality House and Conf Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We were supposed to come the weekend after the dog attack and they graciously allowed us to reschedule even though the promotion expired.
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... places to eat and drink along here and we've been sampling several of them today. The street is always alive with tuk-ticks, cars and the ever-present motorbikes loaded with as many as five people... none of them wearing helmets. Crossing the street here is a bit daunting. There are no stop lights and so you are required to step off into the traffice itself and to slowly make your way across to the other side. If ...
... for that not so fresh feeling if certain urges strike us while not at our hotel room.
We have a roll of quarters for the laundry and I have made 12 little envelopes with $4 in each for the mouse-keeping staff that clean our room every day. Isn't it so cute that they call it mouse-keeping? I have three little storage boxes, two of which are collapsible and a collapsible laundry hamper and a tote bag for the ...
... phew! I guess the biggest difference between this delay and the last delay was that there is only ONE flight to Santiago each evening but there are PLENTY of flights to DC in the course of the day... thank goodness!
We made it back to our Nation's capital without a hitch. We were welcomed by a sunny, 78 degree morning with no humidity - perfection :) I came home, showered, and fell into my bed and took a nice long 3 hour nap! YAY
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We've been asked, "When did you start RVing?" Well, as the picture shows, in 1971. We had a VW camper we took all over the east coast of the US, and up into Canada. We didn't know we were RVers at the time; we were young and adventurous. In 2004 we returned from Japan where John had been working for the US Marine Corps, and since we owned no home, no car, no boat, we decided the first thing ...