Howard Johnson Fredericksburg South
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... What I take away from it is this:
#1. Most people I have talked to has always traveled with a number of family members or children.
#2. The average length of time people stay is from 3 - 5 days.
#3. This strange Bermuda triangle like effect that happens to people while they are there where they experience complete immersion in a financial misconception bubble, and repeatedly can not evaluate or ascertain whether a particular piece of merchandise ...
We arrived at about 4pm. Our cabin at the resort was thanks to Mom & Dad's RCI time-share membership and it was wonderful. A whole cabin to ourselves, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths with a full kitchen.
We went into town (Fredricksburg, VA) and got some groceries so that we could eat in whenever we could and spent the evening planning our attack on the city in the morning!
... hour until we got bored of looking like fools coasting around the water. We ate lunch at the Blue Lagoon cafe. I had the caesar salad. After finishing up we headed to the bus station. Here is where I got annoyed. The tourists starting stampeding to get in a little shack where everyone stored their luggage (since most people go to Blue Lagoon to/from the airport) while enjoying the Blue Lagoon. No one wanted to work together or help each ...
... the Rappahannock River. His Mother, Mary was a very prominent person in town. Her home is a National Historic Place. There is a monument honoring her and a school named for her. Just about everything in Fredericksburg that has the Washington name is for Mary. After touring downtown, we crossed the Rappahannock River to visit Chatham Manor. This home was built between 1768 and 1771 ...
... No denying it this time. I got up and crept to the door peep-hole. No one was out there, but there was a white object at my feet. Ahhh, the bill confirmation from the hotel. You'd think by now I would have reasoned away any fear. The deadbolt and latch were locked on the door, the lock on the adjoining room was locked, there wasn't a window entry...nope, no comfort. I turned to the wardrobe cabinet and was convinced someone ...