Country Inns & Suites Fredericksburg South
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... This cute historic town established in 1671 is not far from the Potomac River and Rappahannock River that goes out to Chesapeake Bay. As well as being full of civil war battles and history there is much American Indian history about Hiawatha. It was part of the Confedreate southern states
After breakfast ...
So...Jodie & I went to the bookstore and laid out all our travel books, maps, flight info. etc...and decided to figure out what would be the best way to get the most bang, for our well earned buck $$$, while we are at WDW!!!
We leave on Thursday, September 19th early in the morning from RIC and arrive around 9:00am in Orlando, Florida. We have the Magic Express deal so we don't have to worry about the luggage, we just head over to the WDW bus ...
... we need.
I am very exsited for this vacation. I am going to miss my friends, but I like being in a new place ten times better then just being at home. I'm a go out and do kindof person. I like being out of my comfort zone.
I'm also exsited to see our traveling companions Andrea, Lucy, and Will. We meet them last year when we where in Moracco. My mother and Andrea are practicly sisters. Lucy is Andrea's daughter and she is sweet. Lucy is 12 and ...
I have included all the pictures we took today for our memory book, so for you Marines please enjoy each and everyone, everyone else please pick and choose a handful.
After arriving home we finished the day with pizza and cool glasses of lemonade.
Good night to all my friends and God bless the United States Marine Corps.
National Museum of the Marine Corps
18900 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
Triangle, VA 22172
... never fought before. While it seemed at first the Federal troops under General McDowell’s leadership would prevail, they were eventually defeated by the Confederates lead by Generals Beauregard, Johnston and Stonewall Jackson. Civilian picnickers from Washington D.C. watched the battle from nearby hills, expecting that this would be the first and last battle of the War Between the States and that, ...