Fredericksburg Hospitality House and Conf Center
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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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... battlefield park since
it served as Union headquarters before the battle and as one of the many field
hospitals during the weeks after the battles. Chatham is one of those places
with history from so many eras – as an antebellum plantation, a Civil War historical
monument, and even a roaring 20s party central for its elite owners before
becoming park service land – that it has many stories to tell.
Fredericksburg is one of those exurban ...
... Wars stuff...of course...or maybe a pin from each park or day! We will see.
We will check out all the shops but only as long as our time remains before our dinner reservations at Raglan Road Irish Pub to dine and relax for an hour or two. I'm thinking maybe a Guinness while listening to some live Irish pub music and enjoying some Irish dancing performances. Once that slows down, we will take a stroll next door to the Fuego by Sosa. A high end cigar bar for ...
... the things we did – especially the village walk which could quite possibly be my favorite part of the whole trip. Who else can say they got to do something like that? There aren’t many friends like Cheryl, but I’m sure lucky I can call her my FDN and most importantly, my FDF. Thank you for everything, Cheryl!
So the great English adventure blog ends here. But, here’s to many more opportunities to blog about my travels in the near future!!
... going to take me to work tomorrow, but she is also going to pick me up and bring me to the airport – how the heck did I get so lucky to have such fantastic neighbors?! That’s right… Megan let me live in her condo! Haha.
So like I said, I am packed and ready to go… please pray for my travels! I leave tomorrow afternoon for Atlanta at 5:30, ...
... We all went over to a local pizzeria named Ella's and had a great casual dinner. Then we were given a fabulous driving tour from Craig. He brought us by things we wouldn't normally see while we were there which included; Chinatown (or what used to be Chinatown), Row Houses, Projects, a beautiful Catholic University, Catholic Cathedral, National Cathedral Dick Cheney's House and Embassy Row. We had ...