Home Style Inn Manassas
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... br> We had not realized, but we were there a few weeks before the 150th anniversary of the surrender. Sometimes things just work out.
A common mistake is that the surrender occurred at a courthouse in Appomattox. Actually, Appomattox Court House is the name of the town. When Appomattox County, Virginia was established in 1845, they chose a site along the Richmond –Lynchburg stage road to be the location of the county courthouse. ...
My heart was a bowl of many mixed emotions, and the next few
hours had to be crisp, attentive and focussed cause I had so many places to 'hit
and run' and so will the next few paragraphs.
My next stop was the much awaited Lincoln Memorial.. iconic
for its history and its importance in movies like Forrest Gump and Planet of
the Apes. With the entire structure basking in the sun in all its glory... the Reflecting
... toured the quaint town and the university grounds which date back to 1789. Around lunch time Ben picked us up, armed with killer sandwiches, we hit the road to make the 5 hour trip down to Greensboro, North Carolina, Gretchens home town. You can't say you have seen the USA unless you have experienced both the north and south which have distinctly different cultures and way of life. The south is home to many farming states (grain, corn, cattle, and tobacco to name a few), far ...
Only about 30 miles from DC the first battle of the Civil War in July 1861 and then another one about a year later took place in the same area a short distance north of Manassas. This was where Confederate general Thomas Jackson stood "like a stone wall" and earned his nickname Stonewall for his Confederate rout of Union forces. Apparently some people thought the war was going to be all fun and games since spectators came from Washington to watch the first battle. There ...
... a speech on the back lawn, eeep! So we walked around to the front of the White House instead and it was breathtakingly wonderful, the gardens were in full swing of spring. We joined the many tourists taking photos! It was pretty overwhelming to be here amongst so much history and being a secret big fan of Obama, I was preying to get a glimpse of him! But no such luck! We walked through the lovely streets and luckily found that there was a parade on because it was ...