Days Inn Manassas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Whilst in the region of the Bull Run National Park for our main event of the day, we happened across the historical battlefield site of Henry Hill, Manassas. The battle happened a little while back, July 21 1861 so there was very few survivors left - but we had time to spare, so we took a look around. Now, before we go into too much detail about the ...
We travel to Washington DC by train today at 7.05am so we meet at 5.30 in the lobby of our hotel to walk, and drag our suitcases, the 10 blocks to Penn Station. We check our bags grab coffee and wait for boarding, they don't tell you what gate/platform until they are ready to board you so when we hear Washington called over the loud speaker we line up ready to go. We get to the check in gate and are told you are in the wrong line go and check your service ...
... but didn’t have $5 to get one (which I think is bogus) and a porter yelled over at me: “do you need help?” Which, I did. So he got my bags and loaded them on his cart and brought me outside to wait on the sidewalk to get picked up. I scrambled for money, but like I said, I didn’t have $5, I only had BIG bills and a $1 bill. As he got my things off the cart, I handed him the $1 and said “I’m SO sorry, I’m coming in from out ...
... as well. In American culture, these people would actually be my SECOND cousins, but I’m their aunt in the Philippines. So many people ask, “If Filipinos have to always refer to family members with these titles of respect, don’t you have to do that for your cousin’s children who are older than you?” The answer is no. Because my relationship with their parents is closer, their children must call ME “aunt.” Does that make ...