Howard Johnson Fredericksburg South
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Like many of the legendary explorers of history... Magellan, Lewis & Clark and Yuri Gagarin. I have to prepare myself for the great Brook Family Floridian Expedition!
This will be my first trip to Florida, so I had to do some reconnaissance to find out what it is exactly I have signed up for. After a great deal of reading and exhaustive interviews of those that have gone before me, braved the treacherous voyage to the capitalist Mecca that is the greater ...
... to travel for work in 2005. I decided to fly from a very tiny airport in a city in the mountains of Charlottesville, Virginia. It's windy on top of the mountains by the way.. The planes I rode in were small and small planes are more effected by turbulence and wind. We bounced, shook and blew our way to Atlanta for a lay over on to Mobile, Alabama. Then the same back again. The last flight before touching back down in Charlottesville ...
October 16, 2012
from Gastonia, NC
us seven hours on the road is a lot of drive time on any given day.
The last twenty miles were over two lanes roads crossing through what
might be the most heavily populated deer habitat in all of Virginia.
Somewhat harried but safe, we were relived to find Chris guiding us,
by the light from his i-phone, to his and Laura's new home.
... ordered the long lasting tea lights instead of the regular one. I set up everything and organized everything before it would be dark.
Dale had misplaced my inverter (I actually think he threw it away in cleanup frenzy) and I didn’t have enough money to buy another one before leaving. Unfortunately I’d run down my laptop battery so started downstairs to see what I could ...
... be a pedestrian-friendly residential and retail mixed-use village for townspeople, students and faculty to shop, live, work and enjoy entertaining facilities, all within a sustainable “green” urban setting. The Anderson Center is a two-story facility designed to provide seating for more than 3,000 people for convocation events and approximately ...